Step-by-Step Guide: How to Download Songs on Apple Music

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Title : Step-by-Step Guide: How to Download Songs on Apple Music

Are you ready to crank up your music library to the next level? Well, get ready, because today I am going to take you through a step-by-step guide on how to download songs on Apple Music. Whether you’re preparing for a long road trip or just want to have your favorite tunes at your fingertips, downloading songs on Apple Music is the way to go. So, let’s dive right in and get your music collection booming!

Step 1: Open the Apple Music App
First things first, let’s get that app opened up! Find the Apple Music app on your iPhone or iPad and tap on it. Don’t worry if you don’t have it installed; you can easily download it from the App Store. Once you’ve got the app open, you’ll be greeted by a fabulous array of music choices.

Step 2: Find Your Song
Now it’s time for the fun part – finding the perfect song to download! Apple Music offers an extensive catalog of songs, so you’ll be spoilt for choice. There are a couple of ways to find your desired track. You can use the search bar at the top of the screen and type in the title, artist, or album name. Alternatively, you can explore the curated playlists, featured content, or browse different genres for inspiration.

Step 3: Tap on the Plus Sign
Once you’ve found the song you want to download, it’s time to add it to your library. Simply tap on the plus sign next to the song or album. You might hear a little drumroll in your head because that’s the sound of your music collection growing!

Step 4: Access Your Library
With your growing collection of downloaded songs, you’ll want easy access to them. To find your library, tap on the Library icon at the bottom of the screen. You’ll see a delightful range of options, including Songs, Artists, Albums, and more. You can even create your own playlists to keep your music perfectly organized.

Step 5: Enable the Downloaded Music Only Option
Now, here’s the secret sauce to make sure you can listen to your jams even when you’re offline. Tap on the gear icon for Settings. Under the Downloads section, you’ll find a switch called “Downloaded Music Only.” Toggle it on, and voila! Your phone will only display the music you’ve downloaded. No more sad faces when you’re in an area with spotty internet connection!

Step 6: Enjoy Your Offline Music
It’s time to put those downloaded songs to work! When you’re ready to rock out, go to your Library and choose the playlist, album, or song you want to listen to. As long as you’ve enabled the “Downloaded Music Only” option, you can enjoy your playlist without any worries about buffering or using up your precious data.

Now that you know how to download songs on Apple Music, there’s a whole world of music waiting for you to explore. So grab your headphones and start building your ultimate playlist!


Q: Can I download songs on Apple Music if I don’t have a subscription?
A: Unfortunately, downloading songs on Apple Music requires a valid subscription. However, Apple offers a free trial period for new users, so you can give it a whirl before committing.

Q: How many songs can I download on Apple Music?
A: The number of songs you can download on Apple Music depends on the storage capacity of your device. You can download as many songs as your device can accommodate, or you can choose to download them on multiple devices linked to your Apple Music account.

Q: Can I only download songs on Wi-Fi?
A: No, you don’t have to limit yourself to Wi-Fi for downloading songs on Apple Music. However, downloading large files using mobile data may consume a significant amount of your data plan, so it’s advisable to download songs using Wi-Fi whenever possible.

Q: Can I download songs on Apple Music to my computer?
A: Yes, Apple Music allows you to download songs to your computer as well. You can use the Apple Music app on your Mac or iTunes on your Windows PC to download songs from the Apple Music catalog.

Q: What happens to my downloaded songs if I cancel my Apple Music subscription?
A: If you cancel your Apple Music subscription, the downloaded songs will no longer be accessible. However, the songs will still be available for purchase in the iTunes Store, so you can choose to buy them individually if you can’t imagine your life without them.

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