Browsing and Searching Apple Music

In this lesson for iTunes on the Mac we look at how to browse and search Apple Music.

Browsing Apple Music
When you browse Apple Music, it’s like you are browsing a store. You are going to find the top hits, what’s new, what’s trending, and more. You can also play anything while browsing, so it’s like playing something at the store. When you play it, it is not being added to your library, you are just playing it in the virtual store. To browse, you just click on Browse in the center below the iTunes toolbar. From here you just click on any of the links to browse around. If you want to go back to what you were looking at previously, you click on the left arrow in the upper left-hand corner.

Searching Apple Music
If you want to search for a specific artist, album, or song in Apple Music, you go to the Search field in the upper right corner of the iTunes toolbar. When you type in your search term, you are going to see an option to search your library or Apple Music. Click on Apple Music, and when you click on any of the results from your search, you’ll be taken to Apple Music. From there you can play what you searched for, add it to a playlist, and add it to your library.

See this Lesson in Action
If you want to see this lesson in action, take a look at the video above.

Lesson tags: Mac Tutorials
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