How to Transfer Music to iCloud?
iCloud (formerly iTools, Mac and MobileMe) is a cloud computing service from Apple Inc. announced on June 6, 2011 at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). The service allows users to store data such as music files for download to multiple devices such as iPhones, iPods, iPads, and personal computers running Mac OS X or Microsoft Windows on computer servers owned by Apple. It also replaces Apple's MobileMe program, acting as a data syncing center for email, contacts, calendars, bookmark, notes, to-do lists and other data.
Sync/Get Music to iCloud Steps:
Step 1: You may sync music to iCloud by running iTunes, and then enter your account and password, you will see your music purchased from iTunes. Whatever music you have in your iTunes account can be shared with any device you sync to that account. So, you can share libraries on iPod, iPhone and iPad.
Step 2: Then you can launch iTunes Store App on any iOS devices, you'll see a Purchased button along the bottom row. Tap it.
Step 3: Songs available for redownload (i.e., ones not on the device you're currently using) will have the iCloud icon next to them. Songs that are already present on your device will have a grayed-out button that reads "Downloaded" next to them.
It's OK to transfer music to iCloud, so easy, try yourself!
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