Apple Music hit another milestone after winning top honors in a J.D. Power customer satisfaction survey. According to the study, Apple Music beat out competitors including Pandora, Spotify, Google Play, Rhapsody and others. The 2016 Streaming Music Satisfaction Survey found that streaming music listeners were most satisfied when sharing playlists and following other users. J.D. Power describes "Social" as the key battleground for streaming music providers.
You can delete any song from a user created playlist by following these instructions:
- Navigate to Your Library > Playlists.
- Select the playlist you want to edit.
- Tap the three dots in the top right hand corner.
- Tap Edit.
- Tap the red circle next to the song you want to delete then tap Delete.
Swiping left on an individual song within your playlist does not remove it from the playlist, it only removes it from your Library.
Spotify allows both free and paid users to listen to already created playlists or create their own. A playlist is just a collection of songs that you can listen to at any time. You can create playlists by artists, genre or even based on an activity, like a playlist for your morning jog. Creating a playlist on your iOS device is very easy. Here's how:
First, tap the three bars in the upper left hand corner to open the menu screen and select Your Library.
Since its inception in 2009, Uber has quickly become the most popular cab-hailing service in the world. It is driven by its smartphone app, which allows the user to order an Uber car to pick them up at their location and take them to wherever. While many simply use the app to hail their car and track its progress, there are many other features that can improve the experience. If you have the Uber app on your iPhone, here are some features you might not be aware of:
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While the iPhone offers many different alarm sounds, many users prefer to wake up with music playing. Choosing your favorite song or using Apple Music as your alarm works well. Now thanks to the jailbreak tweak SpotAlarm, fans of the streaming music service Spotify can use any Spotify track as an alarm. The tweak is compatible with iOS 8 and iOS 9 on jailbroken devices.