With Apple’s recent update to music apps on iPhone and iPad, the focus has shifted towards your music collection, iCloud music library, and Apple Music. This transition has phased out iTunes, which once played a central role in music management.
Embracing the Streaming Era
Undoubtedly, streaming music has taken center stage, offering vast collections and personalized playlists for an enriching musical experience. Despite this shift, the desire to own music persists, and iTunes still offers a platform for purchasing your favorite tracks.
Purchasing Music on Apple Music
1) Launch the iTunes Store app on your iOS device.
2) Explore the categories or use the search function to find your desired music.
3) Navigate to the album or song of interest and click “buy” to make your purchase.
4) Confirm and verify your purchase to complete the transaction seamlessly.
Discovering Music with SoundShare
For a more integrated music experience across multiple streaming platforms, consider using the SoundShare app developed by Mateus Abras. Similar to Instagram, SoundShare allows you to discover what your friends are listening to, create shared playlists, and access a wide range of music from various providers, including Apple Music, Spotify, and Deezer.