For now, I suggest you use iCloud Music Library with caution. It may work OK, not show up at all, or might even screw up your iTunes library. When you pick a playlist or album to play, everything is added to the Up Next queue. You can view it by tapping the song currently playing, shown at the bottom of the app, and then tapping the bullet list icon at the right. In Up Next, you can see the upcoming songs and your play history. You can clear this list or add more music by searching for it. Apple Music streams at a Kbps bitrate, which is lower than Spotify's Kbps maximum rate. As a result, Apple Music's audio quality may be slightly worse than other streaming services, but most listeners won't be able to tell the difference.
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Next was the first app I reviewed here on 9to5Mac. Instead of working as an alternative player to Apple Music, the app brings features that will help you rediscover your current music library. Next uses algorithms to generate smart playlists and also something called Magic DJs — which contains a mix of songs from your favorite artists and genres. It brings together all your favorite songs from the past in one place. You will also find other smart playlists with the most played songs from specific artists and genres, not to mention the playlist with songs you added to your library but never played them.
Live internet radio can be used for free Large music library Music discovery is a plus Has a number of different subscription options Can upload your own personal music library to listen anywhere. No internet radio offline playback High-quality files in your personal library will get converted to AAC UI can seem overcrowded No collab playlists. Apple Music isn't perfect, but it does basically everything you'd need. Plus, it has a large music library so you'll rarely find anything missing and it does a good job at helping you discover new music. Is Apple Music actually good?