Using Apple Music Connect

Apple Music Connect is a free part of iTunes that lets you view posts from artists you like. The artists can post updates, pictures, music and video. You can like or comment on a post. Following artists can be tricky as you've got to use the Apple Music side of iTunes, not the iTunes Store.

Comments: 9 Responses to “Using Apple Music Connect”

    Ertugrul
    4 years ago

    A question: I have no options on iTunes main page like yours, such as “For you”, “New”, “Radio” and “Coonect”. The titles I have are “My Music”, “Playlists” and “iTunes Store”. Is there any way to have them all? Regards…

      4 years ago

      Which version of OS X are you using and which version of iTunes. You need the latest of both since Apple Music is very new.

        Ertugrul
        4 years ago

        OS X Yosemite 10.10.5
        MBP 13, late 2011
        iTunes 12.2.2.25

          4 years ago

          Did you by any chance turn off Apple Music? iTunes, Preferences, General, Show Apple Music.
          Another possibility is that you are in a country where Apple Music is not available. https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204956

            Ertugrul
            4 years ago

            Thank for your interest and quick reply Gary,
            Now it is obvious that Apple Music is not an option in my country, except iTunes Match (only). But I don’t know what is iTunes Match either… Regards

    dick Engel
    4 years ago

    I subscribed to Mac Music free 3 month trial. How do I unsubscribe before the end of the 3 month trial period before Apple starts charging me monthly in October???

      4 years ago

      In iTunes on your Mac, choose Store, View Account. Then sign in. Then look under settings for Manage Subscriptions.

    JoAnn Weisel
    4 years ago

    Hi Gary, Is there anyplace I can get info on the new ITunes? I’m having a terrible time figuring the new one out.
    Thank you

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