If you want to keep a copy of your music library in the cloud so it's backed up and available anywhere, it's understandable that you might be confused about whether you need iTunes Match, Apple Music, or both. After all, the services are pretty similar in some ways. Well, we can help.
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Here's what you need
What are the differences? Which ones should you use? For now. Syncing will be a Finder feature in the upcoming operating system update. However, the iTunes Store pictured above will remain as the go-to place on your Mac to buy and rent music, movies, and podcasts. You can try it free for one month; the trial period was originally three months, but Apple has whittled that down. All you need to do is set up iCloud Family Sharing on your iOS device or Mac and invite family members to join the group.
Turn on Sync Library
Windows Products. Apple Music Converter Windows Try. Spotify Music Converter Windows Try. Netflix Video Downloader Windows Try. Mac Products. Apple Music Converter for Mac Try. Spotify Music Converter for Mac Try. Apple Music and iTunes Match are two subscription services of Apple.
You can also get a Family Membership to share the catalog with your family members. Learn more about joining Apple Music. On your PC, make sure that you have the latest version of iTunes for Windows. On your PC, open iTunes for Windows. On your Mac, go to the sidebar and click iTunes Store. Don't see the iTunes Store on your Mac?