To shuffle songs, you need to tap on the mini player above the tabs to access the Now playing song. Then tap on the Shuffle icon at the bottom, to the left of the Repeat icon, to shuffle the songs.
Alternatively, you can also use Siri to shuffle songs. Press and hold the Home button to launch Siri, and say “Shuffle Songs”. Siri will shuffle your songs randomly in your library, like the old “Shuffle” functionality in the Songs tab.
As it has in the past, Siri still play nice with the new Music app. Launch Siri and ask her to play any song that want. The voice assistant will scour the Apple Music library to find the best match. You can also use Siri’s handy Shazam integration to identify songs that are playing in the background. Once Shazam recognizes the tune, you then can ask Siri to add the track to your library.
#5. Turn off automatic renewal of your Apple Music subscription
#6. Save songs from Beats 1 or Music Radio to your Music library
You can send any song that is playing on Beats 1 or any other radio stream to your My Music library. Just tap the ellipses button, and then choose “Add to My Music.”
#7. Add more favorite music genres and artists after configuring Apple Music
When you begin using Apple Music, you have the option to select your favorite music genres and artists. if you want to add to this list, you can do so by selecting your profile icon in the upper left corner and then selecting “Choose Artists For You.” This then opens the selections bubbles you used initially to select the music that you like.
#8. Manage the musicians you follow on Connect
#10. View your music download progress
Hope these tips and tricks for Apple Music help you get started with Apple’s all-new streaming music service. If you’ve discovered any cool trick, then please share them in the comments below.
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