The Apple Music window showing the Home screen.

Listen to all your favourites

Apple Music has millions of songs — listen to everything from classic hits to the newest releases.

How to join Apple Music

The FaceTime window showing a call with the participants using SharePlay to listen to an album together.

Enjoy music together

With SharePlay, you and your friends can listen to music together while you’re on a FaceTime call. Playback is synced, so everyone can enjoy real-time connections while listening to the same song.

How to use SharePlay

A song playing on a Mac, iPhone and Apple Watch, with a HomePod.

Access songs on all your devices

With all your songs—plus Apple Music—in your library, play your favourites on all your devices.

How to access your music library on all your devices

The Full Screen Player with a song playing and lyrics on the right, which appear on-screen in time with the music.

Follow along with every line

Never miss a word—view lyrics for songs in Apple Music and add your own for other songs.

How to view and enter lyrics

The Apple Music window with a library of albums.

Build your library

When you first start using the Apple Music app on your Mac, you begin with an empty library. Build your collection of songs and albums in a number of ways.

How to add music to your library

To explore the Apple Music User Guide, click Table of Contents at the top of the page, or enter a word or phrase in the search field.

If you need more help, visit the Music Support website.

Not all features and content are available in all countries or regions. “One That Got Away” written by Josette Maskin, Katie Gavin, Naomi McPherson.
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