If you subscribe to Apple Music, use the Apple Music app to download songs or add them to your library. If you want to buy a song or you don't subscribe to Apple Music, use the iTunes Store. If you don't subscribe to Apple Music or want to buy a song, purchase music from the iTunes Store. Information about products not manufactured by Apple, or independent websites not controlled or tested by Apple, is provided without recommendation or endorsement.
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The difference from times past, however, is that the way we individually tune is as unique as the ear buds or headphones we sport while listening. Americans streamed billion on-demand tracks across audio and video platforms in , up from billion in Not only did the number of streams in surge past the number a year earlier, but the pace of weekly streams hit new heights.
Listen to all of your favorite music, discover new music that you'll love, and listen to your music library across all of your devices — all with the Apple Music app. On your Android device, download the Apple Music app. Find all of the music that you've added from Apple Music and music on your other devices. See music that you purchased from the iTunes Store, and songs that you imported from CDs and other services. You can also find music that's downloaded to your device so you can listen to it offline.
Learn more here. You can download music you've purchased or added to Google Play to your mobile device or computer so you can listen when you don't have an Internet connection. If you subscribe to Google Play Music, you can also download subscription tracks to your mobile device. Note : Signing out of your account will remove downloaded music from your device. If you need to remove or stop a download in progress, tap Download. If you're a subscriber, you can also download subscription albums, playlists, and radio stations. Any songs you've downloaded as part of your subscription will be available offline as long as your subscription is active. When you download using Safari, Internet Explorer, or Firefox, you can download a song to your computer two times. When you use Google Play Music for Chrome or Music Manager, you can download to your computer an unlimited amount of times.