How to control Apple Music on the PC or Mac from your iPhone



You can use the iOS iTunes Remote app to control Apple Music from your iPhone or iPad. It's very simple, and I'll show you how.

Have you ever listened to music on your Mac, PC, or tablet and wanted to make changes to your playlists or artists without getting up from your iPhone and iPad? Perhaps your speakers weren't paired with your computer, or perhaps you misplaced your Apple TV remote.

Apple's iTunes Remote app is likely to solve your problems if Apple Music or Apple TV is used. You can download the app for free from the Apple Store. It offers many more options than the ones mentioned above.

iTunes Remote: What does it do?

iTunes Remote was limited to basic control of the media library's functions in 2010. The application has advanced leaps and bounds since then. You can now:

·    Access your Apple Music, Apple TV, or iTunes libraries.

·    Browse Music by artist, album, and song.

·    Browse TV series, movies, and podcasts.

·    Make and edit playlists.

·    Up Next will show you the upcoming tracks.

·    Browse your Apple Music and Apple TV libraries.

·    Browse through your Apple Music and Apple TV libraries.

·    AirPlay can be controlled.

·    You can group your speakers to play music in multiple rooms simultaneously.

·    You can adjust the volume of each speaker separately.

How can I use iTunes Remote to control my iPhone?

As usual, the iTunes Remote app is very user-friendly. To access your Music, movies, and podcasts, download them to your iPhone/iPad.

Take it one step at a given time

·    Install the iTunes Remote App


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·    Connect your iPhone/iPad to your Apple TV or computer to the same Wi-Fi network.

·    Start iTunes Remote and select Set up Home Sharing.

·    Register with your Apple ID.



·    The code will be sent to your iPhone or iPad.

·    Start Music on your computer. Select the Apple device you wish to use and enter the code.



·    You can now manage your playlists directly from your iPhone.



What do you think of this tutorial and the iTunes Remote app? Are there any other methods that are easier than Apple's?


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