Switching between streaming music services can be a major hassle. No matter what the reason for changing between subscriptions, it means all of your music could be lost. Hours of work spent curating playlists and selecting favorite songs and albums can disappear. Instead of starting from scratch with a new streaming music service, iPhone users have asked how songs can be transferred from one platform to a new one. Luckily there is a way that avoids manually copying playlists.
The iPhone has always incorporated music playback as a core feature. The latest models are no different, with full integration of Apple Music as one of the flagship features of Apple's ecosystem. Listeners may be wondering how they can adjust the bass, midrange, and treble coming through their headphones or Bluetooth speakers. Unfortunately, the iPhone does not offer a system-wide equalizer to customize audio frequencies.
Apple Music offers a year-end summary of your top songs, artists, and albums. Spotify users may already be familiar with Spotify Wrapped, which delivers all kinds of fun facts about music listening during the year. On Apple Music the annual music review is called Replay.
See Apple Music Replay on iPhone
The Apple Music Replay is updated on Sundays throughout the year and shows the top 100 tracks you've played in a single playlist. To find your latest Replay follow these steps:
Now that Apple owns Shazam, the music identification service has been further integrated into iOS on Apple devices. There are several ways to quickly Shazam a song that's playing, which listens to live audio and delivers an artist and track name. Songs that are tagged with Shazam can then be purchased or listened to with Spotify or Apple Music.
Apple makes it possible to keep money stored with your Apple ID for purchases. When you have a credit in your Apple Account, this is the first method used to pay. After the balance is depleted, the next form of payment such as Apple Pay or a debit card is tapped. Funds can be added to your Apple ID at any time, and be used to pay for anything from Apple. This includes iCloud storage, digital content, Apple Music or Apple TV+ subscriptions, apps, and more.