Apple Music turns three months old today, and that means those who started their trials on day one are about to convert to paid subscribers. If you're one of them, then you should make sure you get the absolute most out of your subscription—with our Apple Music: The Ultimate Guide ebook!
For the last three months, we've been living, breathing, and writing about Apple Music. The ambitious service isn't without its bugs and confusion, and we want to help with the transition. That's why we've posted over 70 articles on iMore.com on the music service.
It's also why we've decided to compile all those articles into our very first ebook!
Those who followed me in my Macworld days may remember I helped build the magazine's ebook program and put out over 30 ebooks during my tenure there; as such, I've been wanting to build ebooks of iMore's great Ultimate Guide content for ages.
This 150+ page book is our missing manual for Apple Music. It's chock full of information on what Apple Music is, how you can subscribe, and how to master the confusing maze of family plans. We'll show you how to use the all-new Music app and iTunes 12.2 to listen to your music and Apple Music's catalog alike, browse songs, build playlists, add to Up Next, use AirPlay, and queue Siri.
You'll learn the difference between Apple Music and iTunes Match (and how to use them in tandem), how to work with iCloud Music Library, and how to follow artists and past Beats 1 shows alike on Connect. And if you're having issues with your Apple Music experience, our final chapter is dedicated to troubleshooting your problems.
We hope you love this book—it's been a labor of love from all of us. The book is out, today, August 20 on the iBooks Store for $4.99—less than the cost of a large coffee!—and it's now available from the Kindle Store, too.
If you liked our Apple Music coverage and want to help support iMore in the writing of even more great how-to and editorial content, buying this book is a wonderful way to do that and will get you many happy feelings from Rene and myself. Sending the link to your Apple Music-befuddled friends: also awesome.
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