Thursday, July 2, 2015

How to Use AirPlay Along the New Apple Music Service

As you know AirPlay lets you take music from your iPhone or iPad to any device that supports this feature, such as Apple TV and wireless. Now that we have among us Apple Music, you must know that you can also use this feature by the streaming music service from Apple, even during playback curos. We tell you everything you need to know to use AirPlay with Apple Music in two simple tutorials, join us.

Enabling AirPlay for music playback in progress

As I said at the beginning, you can activate AirPlay at any time, even during an ongoing music playback, both of your own library or from the Apple Music Service.

You only need to follow these steps:

  1. The first thing to do is click on the information of the music track being played at that time or access playback curos from the mini player.
  2. Click on the AirPlay button, which has a square with a small triangle at the bottom.
  3. Then you must choose the source that you want to send play, choosing from the list the player Apple TV if you have it or speakers that have AirPlay technology.
If you followed these three simple steps you've enabled the playback of a song in progress on a device that supports AirPlay. To stop playback or disable AirPlay function, you only need to access the list of sources, as we showed in step two and choose again the device from which you're playing music, in our case the iPhone.

How to activate AirPlay from the control center at any time

It is not necessary that you have to activate the AirPlay service while you are playing a song or when you're using Apple Music, you can also activate AirPlay before anytime from the control center.

You only need to follow these steps:

  1. The first thing to do is open the control center on the iPhone or iPad to swipe it from the bottom of the screen up and the control center displays.
  2. Click on the AirPlay button at the bottom, if there is any device with this technology closely.
  3. Now you just have to choose the source that you want to play content with AirPlay, in this case a song with Apple Music.
With these three simple steps have enabled the AirPlay function and from now on all music being played with your iPhone or iPad will hear from the source you have assigned, in the case of our example Apple TV. To disable AirPlay, once again, you should choose the iPhone or iPad source, in the case of using a device or another. We told you everything you need to know about this feature, which is, how it works and what is AirPlay.

With these two simple tutorials have helped you to play the music you play through Apple Music via AirPlay and a device that supports this functionality. We have known these two tutorials by iMore and hope you have been helpful.

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