How to download music on your iPhone, so you can listen even without an internet connection

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With the rise of streaming services like Spotify and Tidal, it seems like we can listen to music anywhere and anytime. But if you’re somewhere without an internet connection, you can’t stream anything.

That’s why it’s a great idea to download music onto your iPhone. This ensures you can listen to tunes even if you don’t have access to the internet.

Most streaming services let you download music so you can listen to it offline, although it might be considered a premium feature. And if you have music files on your computer, you can transfer them over at any time.

Here’s two common ways to download music onto your iPhone.

How to download music on your iPhone from Apple Music

If you have a paid subscription to Apple Music, you can download songs to play offline on your iPhone (though you’ll only have access to those songs as long as you’re subscribed to Apple Music). 

You should also remember that you’ll need to be connected to the internet to download music. Once that music is downloaded, though, you’re set to go offline.

1. Start the Apple Music app on your iPhone.

2. Find the music you want to download, either in your library or by searching for it. To search for a song,  tap “Search” in the navigation bar at the bottom of the screen, tap the search bar at the top, make sure “Apple Music” is selected, then look for the song you want. 

3. Tap the plus sign to the right of the songs you want to download. This will add it to your library.

4. The song should begin downloading automatically. However, if the plus sign is replaced with a cloud icon that doesn’t go away, tap the cloud icon. This will trigger the download.

If you prefer, you can also do this from the desktop Apple Music app. you can follow essentially the same steps to download music from Apple Music or iTunes on your desktop computer. 

If you have a Spotify Premium subscription, you can download whole playlists to listen to offline. Tidal offers the same feature.

How to download music onto your iPhone from a computer

If you have a music library on your computer’s hard drive, you can use iTunes (on Windows) or Apple Music (on a Mac) to copy the music from your computer to iPhone. 

Before you do this, however, make sure that you’ve turned off your iCloud …read more

Source:: Business Insider

      

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ALL GAMES FRIDAY

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20180530 Social media activist Collin Kartchner talks to Nithona Nielsen after a screening of “Angst,” a film about anxiety, at the Jim Santy Auditorium in Park City, Utah, Tuesday, May 29, 2018. Kartchner died unexpectedly on Oct. 20.

FILE – Social media activist Collin Kartchner talks to Nithona Nielsen after a screening of “Angst,” a film about anxiety, at the Jim Santy Auditorium in Park City, Utah, Tuesday, May 29, 2018. Kartchner died unexpectedly on Oct. 20. | James Wooldridge, Deseret News

The Utah-based activist, who traveled the country raising awareness of the damage social media can have on youths’ mental and emotional health, died unexpectedly

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“We’ve never known such pain,” Elizabeth Kartchner wrote on Instagram Wednesday. “He peacefully passed away unexpectedly due to natural causes in his beautiful body that we are unclear of yet.”

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My whole world is gone There is no god We’ve never known such pain He peacefully passed away unexpectedly due to natural causes in his beautiful body that we are unclear of yet

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