The Apple Music app makes it easy to organize and enjoy your iTunes Store purchases, songs, and albums in your personal library, and the Apple Music catalog (which lets you listen to millions of songs on demand). Click to view what’s next, previously played tracks, and lyrics for what’s playing. Shop for the music you want in the iTunes Store.
It’s in your library. You can easily view and play your iTunes Store purchases, items you added from the Apple Music catalog, and music in your personal library. Filter your content by Recently Added, Artists, Albums, or Songs.
Browse the best of Apple Music. Click Browse to see new music and exclusive releases from Apple Music, a music streaming service available for a monthly fee. Stream and download more than 50 million songs ad-free, and choose from a large selection of playlists to find the perfect mix for any moment.
Sing along. Click to display a panel with lyrics for the current song (if available).
Tune in. Click Radio to tune in to Beats 1 live or listen to any episode from the Beats 1 family of shows. Explore the variety of stations created for almost every genre of music.
Ask Siri. Say something like “Play Beats 1.”
Sync with ease. Sync your music content directly in the Apple Music app. When you connect a device, you see it in the sidebar of the Finder. Just drag the content you want onto your device. You can also back up and restore your device in the Finder.
Buy it on the iTunes Store. If you want to own your music, click iTunes Store in the sidebar. (If you don’t see the store in the sidebar, choose Music > Preferences, click General, then click Show iTunes Store.)
Tip: When screen real estate is at a premium, switch to MiniPlayer to open a small floating window that you can drag where you want, so you can listen and control your music while doing other things on your Mac. To open MiniPlayer, choose Window > Switch to MiniPlayer, click , or press Shift-Command-M.
Learn more. See the Apple Music User Guide.