You might be aware of the announcement at the WWDC 2015 the annual Apple developers conference of the iOS update 8.4, that support the eighth version of the mobile Apple operating system, got the Apple Music service. The Apple Music turns your iOS device into a player with a large library of music of different genres. Apple announces the availability of 30 million songs placed on iTunes. Streaming service lets you listen to music from a huge library, and save songs for offline listening.
Apple Music is a streaming service that offers to make almost the entire iTunes catalog available to you almost all the time. Whether you’re not going to be connected to the internet, worried about cellular data usage, or you just want to see what music you have stored locally on your iPad, here’s a quick and easy way to view those tracks as well as remove them if you no longer want them stored on your device. Here’s the easiest way to find your offline music on your iPad.
View songs you’ve saved locally to your iPad
- Launch the Music app from your Home screen.
- Tap on the My Music tab.
- Select the view type dropdown (by default, it reads “Albums”) from the middle of the screen.
- Switch Show Music Available Offline to on at the bottom of the pop-up.
- To reverse this, tap the dropdown again and turn the Show Music Available Offline switch off.
- If you’ve downloaded entire albums or playlists, you’ll also be able to tell if they’re locally stored even without enabling the “Show Music Available Offline” switch. Just view the album or playlist; if it’s been saved offline, you’ll see a tiny grey iPhone icon in the upper right corner.
Remove songs from your iPad
- Make sure the Show Music Available Offline switch found within the view type dropdown in My Music is enabled.
- Change the view type dropdown to whatever you’re looking to delete—albums, genres, songs, etc.
- Tap the More button looks like •••
- Tap Remove Downloads.
Any other method! Enjoy the music!!