iOS 13 introduced a whole new look and major updates to the apps you use every day, especially on Apple Music. It also brought a whole new and advanced level of privacy protection and improvements across the entire system to make iPhone even faster and better.

Apple Music is one iOS app that is receiving numerous new features with the release of iOS 13 this fall. You’ll get to see the new features of iOS 13 Apple Music in the next paragraphs of this article. More so, we’ll also introduce you to a software that can help you transfer songs from computer to Apple Music.

iOS 13: Everything Will be Updated for Apple Music

iOS 13 Apple Music will be receiving numerous features such as interface tweaks, lyrics support, and more. We shall be looking at some of these features in the following paragraphs of this article.

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1 Interface Tweaks

One of the interesting tweaks in iOS 13 Apple Music is a new warning that pops up when you try to duplicate a song to a playlist. This feature is not what every Apple Music user could easily lack, but some people have been looking forward to it. When you try to add a song to a playlist, if the song is already in that playlist, Music app will notify you of the presence of such song, and give you options to cancel or add a duplicate anyway. This feature is not new on Spotify and other Music apps, and we’re happy to have it on Apple Music.

However, this feature is not yet perfect on the iOS 13 Public Beta, but it’s likely for Apple to make major refinement on the feature before the final release of iOS 13 this fall.

2 Time-Synced Lyrics

Before now, Apple Music offers a way to read lyrics of a song you’re playing from the app. However, the company is bringing better experiences in Apple Music as you can now click on the lyrics of a song to follow it while the song is playing. You can also scroll to any verse of the song and click on it to play that part of the song. This is a good way to enjoy music better and see the lyrics in real-time as the music is playing.

3 Up Next

Up Next is another Apple Music feature that is coming with iOS 13. Apple promised that with the release of iOS 13, a new revamped version of Up Next would be available with one click, and once done, you’ll have a queue of songs that are coming up. You will also see information from which playlists, albums, artists, and stations that the song is coming from. You can also change the order of incoming songs.

How to Transfer Free Music to iOS 13 Apple Music App

If you need to transfer files from your computer to your iPhone or from iPhone to computer, then iMyFone TunesMate is the appropriate tool to transfer your files. TunesMate enables you to import music or different other audio files to iPhone/iPad/iPod from your computer, including Music, iTunes U, Audiobooks and Podcasts. You can also drag and drop or select your files with a few clicks.

More so, if you want to back up some specific or all of your iPhone music to computer, TunesMate has you covered. In addition to back up of different music files from your iPhone, iPad or iPod to the computer, you can also drag and drop or select audio files with the touch of few buttons.

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Key Features:

  • Freely transfer your media files between iPhone and Computer or iTunes
  • Sync iTunes library to the iOS device without overwriting the previous data stored in the device
  • Extract music or other files from iPhone, including purchased and non-purchased data
  • Directly move selected files to computer without bearing cumbersome iTunes
  • Transfer and manage various kinds of media files including music, videos, photos, playlists, ringtones, podcasts, audiobooks and more

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Steps to Transfer Music to iOS 13 Apple Music App:

TunesMate has multiple features to transfer and manage media files. We take “transfer music to Apple Music app” for example here to show you the steps.

Step 1. Download, install and launch iMyFone TunesMate on your computer.C onnect your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with a USB cable.
Step 2. Click the “Music” tab at the top bar. By default, you will be in the “Music” window. But if you want to transfer, you can choose the category from the left side bar.

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Step 3. Click “Add > Add File” then. Select the music from your computer or USB drive and click “Open” to begin transferring.

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Kindly wait for it to finish and you can find the transferred music on your iPhone Music app.

In all, we’ve learned everything Apple plans to update and upgrade on Apple Music app with the release of iOS 13 this fall. Hence, it’s evident that iOS 13 Apple Music will be more useful to all Apple Music lovers. However, don’t forget to get a copy of iMyFone TunesMate in order to make iOS 13 a delight.

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