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Apple Music wish list: iTunes needs a "mismatch and force upload" button

Apple lets you flag poor directions in Maps. Why shouldn't they allow you to flag badly-matched songs in iCloud Music Library?

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How to use iTunes Match: The ultimate guide

iTunes Match isn't the same as Apple Music. With Apple Music, you can stream Apple's song catalog. With iTunes Match, you can upload up to 25,000 songs from your iTunes music library to iCloud, where you can then stream and download them—DRM-free—to up to ten other registered devices in your possession. Here's how to set it up and get the most out of it!

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Seeing "Waiting" on your tracks? Here's how to manually update iCloud Music Library

Are there tracks in iTunes that just won't upload to your Apple Music or iTunes Match iCloud Music Library? Here's how to force an update.

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Over 25,000 tracks? Here's how to create a secondary iTunes library for Apple Music and iTunes Match

Want to use iTunes Match or Apple Music but have too many songs? Here's how to create a sub-library to use with the service.

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Getting weird iTunes 4010 errors, bad album art, or mismatched songs? Here's how to reset your iCloud Music Library

Running into 4010 errors or mismatched artwork and need to clear out your matched and uploaded songs? Here's how to go about doing it.

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How to check if your Mac's songs are uploaded, matched, purchased, or Apple Music DRM-laden

Can't figure out what Apple Music is doing to your songs on your Mac? Not sure if your songs are uploaded, matched, purchased, or DRM-laden? Here's how to check.

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Okay, here's the deal with Apple Music, iCloud Music Library, and DRM

Folks are in a bit of a huff about Apple Music's DRM-clad files. Here's what (I'm guessing) is going on.

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Apple Music vs iTunes Match: What's the difference?

With the arrival of Apple Music—and its broad claim to make your library's songs streamable alongside its primary streaming collection—those with iTunes Match accounts might be a wee bit confused as to whether they still need the service. Here's what you need to know!

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How to set up and use iCloud on iPhone, iPad, and Mac

iCloud lets you sync and store all the data that's important to you, from photos and documents to calendars and contacts.

Apple's online storage service, iCloud includes a wide range of features like iCloud Drive for your files, iCloud Photo Library for your pictures and videos, iTunes in the Cloud for your music and movies, iCloud mail for your communications, and even Find my iPhone to track down missing devices. It makes sure everything you have on your iPhone is also available on your iPad and Mac, and even your Apple TV and Apple Watch.

Best of all, if you have an Apple ID (including an iTunes account), you have iCloud. Here's how to get the most out of it!

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How to enable iTunes Match on your Mac or Windows PC with iTunes

Not only does iTunes Match let you store your iPhone and iPad music on the cloud, but it lets you do the same across Mac and Windows PC computers as well. For example, if you have your entire music library on your iMac, you may not want to use the hard drive space on your MacBook Air. Instead, just use iTunes Match to stream music. This method isn't just convenient, it can also result in you saving tons of hard disk space on your Mac.

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