Subscribe to Apple Music using iTunes on PC
Apple Music is a streaming music subscription service that lets you listen to millions of songs from the Apple Music catalog in addition to your iTunes library. As a subscriber, you can listen any time, get personalized recommendations, watch exclusive video content, and more.
You can subscribe to Apple Music or to Apple One, which includes Apple Music and other Apple services. See the Apple Support article Bundle Apple subscriptions with Apple One.
Note: Apple Music and Apple One aren’t available in all countries or regions. See the Apple Support article Availability of Apple Media Services.
Subscribe to Apple Music
If you don’t have an Apple ID, you can create one during setup.
Choose Music from the pop-up menu at the top left, then click For You.
Click Try it Now, then follow the onscreen instructions.
After you become an Apple Music subscriber, you can:
Stream recommended songs on up to 10 computers and devices
Download songs so that you can listen to them even when you’re not online
Play Apple Music radio—stations created by experts that you can listen to all day
Customize your Apple Music settings, such as notifications
Note: Any items in your iTunes library that aren’t available in Apple Music are automatically uploaded to iCloud, so you can access them from your other computers and devices.
If you’re not a subscriber, you can purchase items from the iTunes Store and add music to your library. To learn how to add other content to iTunes, see How to add items.
Cancel or change your Apple Music subscription
In the iTunes app on your PC, choose Account > View My Account, then sign in.
In the Settings section, click Manage next to Subscriptions.
Click Edit next to Apple Music, then do one of the following:
Cancel: Click Cancel Subscription, then follow the onscreen instructions.
Change: Choose another plan, then click Done.
Share Apple Music
When you subscribe to Apple Music or Apple One, you can use Family Sharing to share Apple Music with up to five other family members. Your family group members don’t need to do anything—Apple Music is available to them the first time they open iTunes after your subscription begins.
If you join a family group that subscribes to Apple Music or Apple One and you already subscribe, your subscription isn’t renewed on your next billing date; instead, you use the group’s subscription. If you join a family group that doesn’t subscribe, the group uses your subscription.
Note: To stop sharing Apple Music with a family group, you can cancel your subscription, leave the family group, or (if you’re the family group organizer) stop using Family Sharing.