Can I put my entire iTunes library on iCloud?

These days, people have started paying a lot of attention to the security of their personal information. The same concerns the security of content on their devices. That is why the use of cloud-based file storage services such as iCloud has grown in popularity.

Can I put my entire iTunes library on iCloud?

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iCloud gives its users a certain amount of storage space in the cloud for their backups. On top of that, you get access and the ability to synchronize that content across up to 10 other devices. The only requirement for this is to have the same Apple ID on these devices.

Moreover, it is worth mentioning that the iCloud platform contains several different services. Each of them is designed for a specific type of content, for example:

  1. iCloud. Its main purpose is to store your photos and videos.
  2. iCloud Music Library. Performs the same functions as the main service. But it works for music files only.

In addition to storing content, the iCloud platform provides other functions. With its assistance, you will be able to:

  • find a missing device;
  • restore your data;
  • store contacts and messages;
  • remember and store passwords.

However, today we are going to look at a question like this: “Can I put my entire iTunes library on iCloud?“. It’s become increasingly common on various forums lately. People are worried that because of the closing of the service for some users they might lose all their benefits.

Actually, you can put your entire library from iTunes into iCloud. This way you will save all your content. Just follow the next steps:

  • open your iTunes application;
  • at the very top of the display find the Edit function and go there;
  • in the Preferences section navigate to General settings;
  • then just enable synchronization with iCloud;
  • it’s done, enjoy your music content.

One of the most important moments is that the content saving function in iCloud is not available for all users. You can use it only if you have an Apple Music or iTunes Match subscription. Apple Music membership will enable you to store up to 1TB of data, for $10 a month. iTunes Match, on the other hand, costs just $25 a year for storing your entire media library.

Which of these platforms is the better choice? There is of course no definite answer to this question. Each user has to choose what is more convenient for him or her. But, the important thing is that you can save your iTunes media library, right?

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MusConv displays ITunes playlists for transfer to other music services

Consider using Musconv software if you need to:

  • synchronize your music library across more than one music application;
  • move songs from one platform to another;
  • transport concert videos, artists’ biographies, and other stuff.

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