Here are some tips on how to find your top artists on Apple Music.
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Apple Music is a streaming service that offers access to millions of songs. It’s available on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, and Apple TV. You can also listen to Apple Music on non-Apple devices, such as Android phones and tablets, Sonos speakers, and more. With an Apple Music subscription, you can listen to any song in the Apple Music catalog, ad-free. You can also download songs and albums to your device so you can listen offline.
How to Use the Apple Music App
Open the Apple Music app.
Tap the For You tab.
Tap your profile picture in the top-right corner.
Tap Purchased or Library.
To find your Top Artists, tap the 3 dots in the top-right corner, then tap Top Artists. Your top artists appear in order from most to least played. If you don’t see this option, it might mean that you’re not yet an Apple Music member or that you’ve never played an artist’s music.
How to Find Your Top Artists
Here’s how to find your top artists:
1) Open the Music app on your iPhone or iPad and go to the Library tab.
2) Tap on the Artists view and then tap on the ‘All Artists’ button.
3) Tap on the ‘Time’ button and select ‘All Time’.
4) Your top artists will now be listed in order of how many songs you’ve played by each one.
How to Listen to Your Top Artists
If you’re an Apple Music subscriber, you can see which artists you listen to the most by opening the Music app on your iPhone or iPad, then tapping the ‘For You’ tab. From here, scroll down to the ‘Top Artists’ section and tap ‘See All’.
Alternatively, you can ask Siri to play your top artists by saying, “Hey Siri, play my top artists.”
How to View Your Top Artists
Here’s how to view your Top Artists:
-Open the Music app and go to the For You tab.
-Tap the profile icon in the top corner.
-Tap on See All under Top Artists.
You’ll now see a grid of your Top Artists, along with how many plays each one has had in the last six months.
How to Edit Your Top Artists
If you want to modify your list of top Apple Music artists, simply open the Apple Music app on your iOS device and go to the “For You” section. From here, tap on the “See All” link next to the “Top Artists” header. This will take you to a page with your current top 25 artists, as well as a list of all of the artists you’ve listened to in the past 90 days.
You can tap on any artist card to remove them from your top artists or re-order the list by dragging and dropping the cards. When you’re done, tap the “Done” button in the top right corner of the screen.
How to Remove Your Top Artists
To remove an artist from your “Top Artists” list:
Go to Apple Music and open My Music.
Tap the Listen Now icon.
Tap the For You tab.
Tap your profile picture or initials in the upper-right corner.
Tap View Profile.
Tap Top Artists or Top Albums, then tap Edit in the upper-right corner of your screen.
Tap the X next to an artist or album that you want to remove, then tap Done.
How to Share Your Top Artists
Apple Music compiles a list of your top artists and songs based on your listening habits. If you want to share this information with friends, you can do so by opening the Apple Music app and selecting the “For You” tab. From here, tap on the profile icon in the top right corner. This will bring up a list of options, including the ability to share your top artists.
How to Troubleshoot Your Top Artists
If you’re having trouble finding your top artists, there are a few things you can try:
-Check the App Store to see if there’s an update for Apple Music.
-Open the Music app and go to the Library tab. From here, tap on Songs, Artists, or Albums.
-If you still can’t find your top artists, try restarting your device.
-Make sure that you’re signed in to the correct Apple ID in the App Store.
-Check your Internet connection and make sure that you’re connected to a Wi-Fi or cellular network.
In summary, you can find your top artists from the “For You” section in Apple Music. You can access this by tapping the heart icon on the bottom left corner of the app. From there, you’ll see your top 25 artists based on your listening history.