Stream recommended songs from Apple Music on Mac
When you subscribe to Apple Music, you’re asked about your favorite music genres and artists. Apple Music then uses your preferences to make recommendations for you. You can update your preferences at any time.
Ask Siri. Say something like: “Play some mellow music.” Learn how to ask Siri.
Note: Apple Music, lossless, and Dolby Atmos aren’t available in all countries or regions. See the Apple Support article Availability of Apple Media Services.
In the Music app on your Mac, do any of the following to find music you want to play:
View recommendations tailored for you: Click Listen Now in the sidebar on the left, then find music you recently played, personal playlists created for you, genres you might like, and more.
See what’s new in Apple Music: Click Browse in the sidebar on the left, then find music by mood, new releases, charts, and more.
Find personalized playlists: Click Made For You in the sidebar on the left to see playlists based on your listening profile and history.
Search the Apple Music catalog: See Search for music.
Move the pointer over any song, album, or playlist, then click the Play button .
Do any of the following:
Tip: Apple Music creates a series of special insights and playlists—highlighting the music you listen to most—for every year you’re a subscriber. To get yours, click Listen Now in the sidebar on the left, then click Get Your Replay Mix at the top of Apple Music. See the Apple Support article Apple Music Replay on the web.
Choose Help > About Apple Music & Privacy to learn more about how Apple Music protects your information and lets you choose what you share.