How to access my Apple Music Library on any device?

Apple Music is a subscription-based music streaming service that was launched in June 2015. Apple Music allows you to stream or download songs, albums and playlists from the cloud.

It lets users to listen to any song in the catalog of millions, including songs from major labels and indie artists, on demand with a paid subscription. With an Apple Music membership, you can access any song from the entire Apple Music library for your listening pleasure. If you want more variety than that, there are also playlists curated by some of your favorite celebrities or experts like Drake and Taylor Swift.

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You can get access to your Apple Music Library of up to 100 000 songs (including iTunes Store songs) on any device using your Apple ID. Here’s how. 

In the Music App of your Mac, go to Music – Preferences – General – Sync Library. You can always find more information here

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