1. Closingracer's Avatar
    I'm in the Netherlands and all traffic regardless if it is streaming or something else gets charged by T-Mobile NL
    Ah That is why then. I know in the US it is free to stream music with T-Mobile
    07-27-2015 06:41 PM
  2. beingbenjamin's Avatar
    Wow I only have a 2 GB plan and have only received a 75% warning twice. Even with Spotify. Mainly because it seems like I'm always near a wifi source.
    07-27-2015 08:03 PM
  3. techgeek88's Avatar
    On the topic of UI alone I LOVE the combination of black and green with Spotify. Much easier on my eyes (as well as better looking IMO). I don't like bright white backgrounds or UIs. I have to turn my brightness way down to compensate otherwise it's a headache waiting to happen.
    07-28-2015 06:00 PM
  4. mumfoau's Avatar
    So I normally do a clean install with a new iOS but don't have my laptop until tomorrow. What happens to all the Music I've gotten from Apple Music when I do this clean install? Will it be in iTunes for easy access after the install is done?


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    09-18-2015 06:22 AM
  5. robclif4d's Avatar
    Nope. It's all gone. I figured that out last night. I have to find all my songs and make them available offline again. I had iCloud Music Library enabled. All of my offline music is gone and I can't simply download what I had.
    09-19-2015 04:37 PM
  6. Tartarus's Avatar
    Are they gone on your iDevices or in iTunes on your computer?
    Make sure you're using the same account as before the update.
    09-19-2015 04:40 PM
  7. crankerchick's Avatar
    So I normally do a clean install with a new iOS but don't have my laptop until tomorrow. What happens to all the Music I've gotten from Apple Music when I do this clean install? Will it be in iTunes for easy access after the install is done?


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    The music should remain in your library. It's just that, a library, it's just a library stored in the cloud instead of locally on the device. As long as you are using iCloud library now, when you start your phone as new, once you sign into your iCloud account, your library should show up. You will have to choose your offline downloads again. That's how it's supposed to work anyway. I haven't had any issue and I've started from fresh twice since Apple Music launched.


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    09-20-2015 08:28 PM
  8. robclif4d's Avatar
    We chatted about this on another thread yesterday. So I'm clear, any song I saved for offline listening isn't retained anywhere in iCloud? Meaning a list of the songs I downloaded for offline listening isn't referenced and the songs download again? I will have to pick each song and select for offline listening?

    I'm thinking that's the case. My offline song list doesn't exist and I'm left to download each song again following a clean install.

    I went back to Spotify last night, reactivated my account, restored my saved playlists, and the songs began to download to my iPhone.

    If Apple Music can't do this, I hope they can in the future.
    09-20-2015 08:37 PM
  9. Tartarus's Avatar
    True, your iCloud storage isn't affected by iCloud Music Library.
    No, Apple doesn't remember which songs you have made available for offline use.
    I created a few smart playlists in iTunes and some of them are intended for offline use only. Should I for whatever reason have to reinstall my iPhone from scratch, all songs will be available on my phone once I sign in on iCloud Music Library. After that, I only have to make those playlists available for offline use again and I'm good to go. I don't save any individual songs for offline use anyway. All songs I like to be offline belong in one of those smart playlists.
    09-20-2015 08:43 PM
  10. mumfoau's Avatar
    I was incredibly happy to find that my library was intact and I only needed to make albums available offline again. Not a huge deal to me. Now if I had to search all over again....


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    09-20-2015 08:45 PM
  11. koltonh2002's Avatar
    Exactly. .99 cents is a promotional price. Regular price is $7.99 monthly in the USA
    woah! mine was $14!
    09-20-2015 09:40 PM
  12. Spencerdl's Avatar
    woah! mine was $14!
    I didn't accept the promotion price. I went back to AppleMusic. I actually like AppleMusic a lot better.

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    09-20-2015 09:44 PM
  13. mumfoau's Avatar
    I didn't accept the promotion price. I went back to AppleMusic. I actually like AppleMusic a lot better.

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    As do I. Trial ends next month and I'm keeping it!


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    09-21-2015 04:26 AM
  14. Spencerdl's Avatar
    As do I. Trial ends next month and I'm keeping it!


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    Me too.
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    09-21-2015 07:22 AM
  15. Tartarus's Avatar
    The whole purpose of this thread was to let people know Music is better. Thanks for empowering this statement
    09-21-2015 07:23 AM
  16. Scatabrain's Avatar
    True, your iCloud storage isn't affected by iCloud Music Library.
    No, Apple doesn't remember which songs you have made available for offline use.
    I created a few smart playlists in iTunes and some of them are intended for offline use only. Should I for whatever reason have to reinstall my iPhone from scratch, all songs will be available on my phone once I sign in on iCloud Music Library. After that, I only have to make those playlists available for offline use again and I'm good to go. I don't save any individual songs for offline use anyway. All songs I like to be offline belong in one of those smart playlists.
    I do that exact thing with playlists. It's the same with getting music onto the watch. You make a playlist.
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    09-21-2015 08:07 AM
  17. Closingracer's Avatar
    We chatted about this on another thread yesterday. So I'm clear, any song I saved for offline listening isn't retained anywhere in iCloud? Meaning a list of the songs I downloaded for offline listening isn't referenced and the songs download again? I will have to pick each song and select for offline listening?

    I'm thinking that's the case. My offline song list doesn't exist and I'm left to download each song again following a clean install.

    I went back to Spotify last night, reactivated my account, restored my saved playlists, and the songs began to download to my iPhone.

    If Apple Music can't do this, I hope they can in the future.
    Your library and play lists are saved so if you put them in a playlist you'll get them back. Same with any other service


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    09-30-2015 10:32 AM
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