You may want to enable offline mode in Apple Music while travelling the air since there is a chance that you won’t be able to be connected to WiFi and still want to listen to Apple music, definitely you can enable offline mode in your Apple music with this guide.
For almost two month now, those that subscribed to test the Apple Music are still enjoying it, before they would would have to start paying their monthly fee. Although users of Apple Music noticed some bugs but upgrading from iOS 8.4 to iOS 8.4.1 helps rectify the bug issues on Apple Music but for those that still want to jailbreak their iOS device, it is better not to upgrade their iOS from iOS 8.4 to iOS 8.4.1 and you have done that, you can easily downgrade the iOS 8.4.1 to iOS 8.4 and then jailbreak your device again.
In case you are coming across the term Apple Music for the first time, let me give a quick overview of Apple Music. Apple Music is an Apple new music streaming service that give user the fastest means of streaming or listening to any available song at will, access list of playlist and some curated radio stations such as Beats 1.
Apple Music which was incorporated into Apple iOS music app to replace the old interface of Apple music interface. On the basis of Apple Music, users always need to have internet access before they can listen to any music at will. Here in this post, we shall reveal to you how to enable offline mode in Apple Music.
How To Enable Offline Mode in Apple Music
Conventionally, there is no certain way to enable offline mode in Apple Music, instead users can simply select their favourite song that they would love to listen to while in an offline mode. And with that, you can listen to Apple Music on command when you enable offline mode.
- To start with, open your Apple Music app and click on “For You” section or “New” section.
2. Now, search for your favourite song that you would love to listen to on your Apple Music while in offline mode and then click on ellipse menu button beside the song you want to select.
3. On the popup menu, select “Make Available Offline”. And the number of songs you select would be available for offline mode for you to listen to without necessarily need to connect to the internet.
The list of songs you added to your “Make Available Offline” would appear in the “My Music” and will download in the background where you can listen to them whether you are connected to the internet or not.
4. Do note that, the higher the number of song you want to listen to in offline mode, the higher the memory consumption of your device storage. In that case, if there is any song you wouldn’t want to listen to again, all you just need to do is head straight to “My Music”, navigate to “ellipse” and delete them.
Note that while doing this, the song will no longer be available on your local storage and for you to be able to listen to it again; you would have to connect to the internet and then search for it.
To enable offline mode in Apple Music is not conventional unlike in the case of Spotify where you can easily save song for your offline merry with just a flip, nevertheless, Apple Music may enable offline mode in future update to really easy user.