Access your music library on all your devices
If you subscribe to Apple Music, you can make your entire music library available on all your devices when you’re signed in with the same Apple ID. You can access your library any time you’re connected to the internet, or even offline, if you’ve downloaded your music.
Your music library can keep the following available in the cloud:
Up to 100,000 songs, not including songs (or music videos) purchased from the iTunes Store; files can be no larger than 200 MB
Music videos purchased in the iTunes Store
Playlists that include songs and music videos
Smart Playlist rules, which are applied on the computer or device they’re downloaded to
Note: Not all features are available in the Apple Music Voice Plan. Apple Music and Apple Music Voice aren’t available in all countries or regions. See the Apple Support article Availability of Apple Media Services.
You can also make your music library available across devices with iTunes Match.
In the Music app on your Mac, choose Music > Preferences, click General, then select the Sync Library checkbox.
If you don’t see this option, sign in to Apple Music using your Apple ID. You must be an Apple Music subscriber to access your music on your other devices using Sync Library.
To turn on your music library on another device, do any of the following:
Another computer: In the Music app on your Mac, sign in to the iTunes Store using the same Apple ID that you used on the first computer, then choose Music > Preferences, click General, then select the Sync Library checkbox.
An iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch: On your device’s Home screen, tap Settings, tap Music, then tap to turn on Sync Library.
To find out how to add music to your device and listen offline, see the user guide for iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. If a device doesn’t have the latest version of iOS or iPadOS, get the user guide from the Apple Support Manuals website.
You can also listen to Apple Music on the web. See the Apple Music User Guide for music.apple.com.