Apple frequently advertises its Apple Music streaming service within its iOS Music app, which can quickly become annoying for users who don’t have any intention of signing up for the service. Here’s how to turn off Apple Music ads and features so that you can listen to your own music in peace.
Hear a catchy song while shopping in an Apple Store? Apple prides itself on its love of music, and you can find a comprehensive and regularly updated playlist of all the music currently playing at an Apple Store near you. Here’s how.
iOS 10 brought song lyrics to the Music app and now iOS 12 is introducing the ability to include song lyrics in search results. So if you can only remember the catchy chorus of that one song you can search for the lyrics in the iOS 12 Music app and find what you’re looking for without needing to head to the web first.
Apple’s new HomePod has earned high marks for audio quality, but it works only via AirPlay. This is no problem for those with iPhones, iPads, and Macs, but what about Windows users? Is there any way to stream audio from Windows to HomePod? Indeed there is! Here’s how to do it.
The HomePod may certainly favor Apple’s own music service, but that doesn’t mean you’re stuck with Apple Music. In fact, if you have a Mac, you can use the HomePod as an external AirPlay speaker for any music or audio source. Here’s how to send audio from your Mac to your HomePod via AirPlay.
As part of its revamped Music app, Apple has added built-in access to song lyrics for millions of tracks in iOS 10. Here’s how to see and share them.
The Music app received a major overhaul in iOS 10, but some design changes are proving to be a bit difficult to discover. For example, where the heck is the shuffle button on the Now Playing screen? We’ll show you.
Looking for something a bit different from a portable Bluetooth speaker? The Frankenspiel FS-X packs big sound and unique features into a tiny package. Check out our full hands-on review.
Millions of Apple users signed up to try Apple Music, but the free trial period ends soon, on September 30, 2015. If you’re currently signed up but don’t think the service is worth the regular $9.99-per-month price, you’ll need to cancel your Apple Music free trial before the end of the month in order to avoid being charged. Here’s how to do it.