You can use a little trick to create a smart playlist and download all your music to your iPhone or iPad. If you add an entire library at the same time, new tunes added to your iPhone or iPad can be very monotonous, so make sure that you follow our guide below to store your music locally on your iPhone and iPad
Any device connected through the iCloud Music Library will get the option to download your playlist if you create a Smart Playlist in iTunes on a Mac or PC. All the songs you add will show up in all of your connected devices.
In this step-by-step guide, we will walk you through the steps to download all your music on your iPhone and iPad. Before we begin, make sure that you are now running iOS 10 or later
Steps to download all your music at one time on your iPhone and iPad
Step 1: Start iTunes on Mac
Step 2: Click File in the top menu bar
Step 3. Hover over “New”
Step 4: Select Smart Playlist
Step 5: Next up, Check the box next to match Music for the following rules ,add the Time is greater than 00:00 and Check the box next to Update Online
Step 6: Select OK and enter a name for your playlist
Step 7: Launch Music on your iPhone or iPad
Step 8: Select Playlist
Step 9: Select the name of the smart playlist.
Step 10: Click on the Cloud button to start downloading all the songs.
Depending on how many tracks you are downloading to your iPhone, it may take a few minutes or more. If you have a lot of songs, your best way is to plug your iPhone or iPad overnight and let it download while you sleep. Once the process is complete, you will be able to access your entire music collection for offline listening
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