How many people can use Apple music?
Yes. With an Apple Music Family Plan, up to six people in the family can enjoy all the features and the full catalog of Apple Music. To get started, just set up Family Sharing on your iOS device, Android phone, or Mac and invite family members to join.
What is the device limit for Apple music?
You can have ten devices (no more than five computers) associated with your Apple ID for purchases at one time.
Can I share my Apple music with family?
Family Sharing lets you and up to five other family members share access to amazing Apple services like Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple News+, and Apple Arcade. Your group can also share iTunes, Apple Books, and App Store purchases, an iCloud storage plan, and a family photo album.
How do you add a family member to Apple music?
On your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
- Go to Settings > [your name] > Family Sharing.
- Tap Add Member.
- Enter your family member’s name or email address and follow the onscreen instructions.
- Choose whether you’d like to send an invitation via Messages or to invite them in person. Then follow the onscreen instructions.
Will I lose my music if I join family sharing?
If you join a family group with a family membership, they can cancel the individual membership and not lose access to Apple Music. When a playlist is created, it is associated with the Apple ID. It is why you are able to share your playlist with others.
Can I use someone else’s Apple music on my phone?
You can subscribe to the Apple Music Family plan from an iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, PC, or an Android device. If someone already has Apple Music as an Individual or Student, renewal of that subscription is automatically cancelled when they join a Family plan.
What happens if I use the same Apple ID on two devices?
You have to use iCloud for email, calendar and other personal information if you use the same Apple ID. If you use all the same information, same Apple ID and don’t use the cloud, you will have all of each other’s information on both phones. The phones will mirror any information synced with Apple ID.
How do I see what devices are using Apple music?
Use the web to see where you’re signed in
- Sign in to your Apple ID account page,* then scroll to Devices.
- If you don’t see your devices right away, click View Details and answer your security questions.
- Click any device name to view that device’s information, such as the device model, serial number, and OS version.
What devices can Apple music be used on?
Apple Music works on all of Apple’s devices, including iPhone (CarPlay included), iPad, Apple Watch (with no iPhone on LTE models), Apple TV, Mac (in iTunes), and HomePod.
Why can’t I access Apple music on family sharing?
Check your settings to make sure that you’re signed in everywhere with the same Apple ID, including Family Sharing and purchase sharing. Then ask your family members to check their settings too.
How does the family plan work on Apple music?
With an Apple Music family subscription, up to six people can enjoy unlimited access to Apple Music on their devices. And each family member gets their own personal music library, and music recommendations based on what they love to listen to.
Does Apple music have a yearly family plan?
Unfortunately there’s no annual family plan subscription, just the month-to-month price.
Can I pay for my own purchases on family sharing?
An adult family member should be able to make their own purchases AND participate in family sharing of photos, calendar events, music etc! YES!!!
Can I share my Apple TV account?
You can share your Apple TV with multiple family members so that each person can access their own customized content preferences and accounts for the Apple TV app, Apple Music, and App Store.
Can Family Sharing see my apps?
Being able to buy an app once and share it with your family is tremendous. However, by default all your family members see all of your apps, and can download any of them.