How To Hide Apple Music in iTunes & iOS, If You Don’t Use It

August 1, 2015

Apple Music

If you’re not using Apple Music or listening to the subscription service, with no plans to pay for it after the free trial period, you can choose to hide Apple Music from iTunes on a Mac and from the Music app on an iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Hiding Apple Music is perhaps most useful on the iOS side, where doing so will return the Music app tabs to what existed prior to the release of Apple Music, making it a bit easier for some users to browse existing song libraries.

Obviously by hiding Apple Music you won’t have access to the streaming service at all, so if you are paying for the subscription plan or plan on subscribing after the trial period is over, doing this would not be recommended.

Disabling Apple Music on iPhone, iPad, IPod Touch

  1. Open the Settings app in iOS and go to “Music”
  2. Unde the ‘Apple Music’ section, flip the switch for “Show Apple Music” to OFF
  3. Exit out of Settings and return to Music app to see the change

Disable Apple Music on iPhone & iPad

With Apple Music disabled in iOS, the “New”, “For You”, “Connect”, and “My Music” tabs will be gone in favor of the prior tabs in Music app, including the simple Playlist tab.

Hiding Apple Music in iTunes on Desktop

  1. Open iTunes if you haven’t done so already, and go to the ‘iTunes’ menu to choose “Preferences”
  2. Under the “General” tab, look directly under the library name and uncheck the box for “Show Apple Music”
  3. Exit out of Preferences in iTunes to see the change take effect immediately throughout iTunes

Hide Apple Music from iTunes

Disabling Apple Music in iTunes basically makes iTunes behave much like it did before the release of the subscription service.

Do note that if you hide Apple Music in iTunes or iOS you can continue to listen to the Beats1 Radio channel by using the iTunes Radio feature to do so.

Heads up to iDownloadblog for pointing this out.

Reference: OSXDaily


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25 Ultimate Tips For A Better Life!

September 27, 2012

1. Take a 10-30 minute walk every day and while you walk, SMILE. It is the ultimate antidepressant.

2. Sit in silence for at least 10 minutes each day.

3. When you wake up in the morning, Pray to ask God’s guidance for your purpose, today.

4. Eat more foods that grow on trees and plants and eat less food that is manufactured in plants.

5. Drink green tea and plenty of water. Eat blueberries, broccoli, and almonds.

6. Try to make at least three people smile each day.

7. Don’t waste your precious energy on gossip, energy vampires, issues of the past, negative thoughts or things you cannot control.
Instead invest your energy in the positive present moment.

8. Eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and dinner like a college kid with a maxed out charge card.

9. Life isn’t fair, but it’s still good.

10. Life is too short to waste time hating anyone. Forgive them for everything!

11. Don’t take yourself so seriously. No one else does.

12.You don’t have to win every argument. Agree to disagree.

13. Make peace with your past so it won’t spoil the present.

14. Don’t compare your life to others. You have no idea what their journey is all about.

15. No one is in charge of your happiness except you.

16. Frame every so-called disaster with these words: ‘In five years, will this matter?’

17. Help the needy. Be generous! Be a ‘Giver’ not a ‘Taker’.

18. What other people think of you is none of your business.

19. Time heals everything.

20. However good or bad a situation is, it will change.

21. Your job won’t take care of you when you are sick. Your friends will. Stay in touch.

22. Envy is a waste of time. You already have all you need.

23. Each night before you go to bed ,Pray to God and Be thankful for what you’ll accomplish, today!

24. Remember that you are too blessed to be stressed.

25. Fwd this to everyone on your list to help them lead a happier life.

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Happy New Year 2011!

December 31, 2010

Wishing all friends and readers a Happy New Year 2011! May this year brings us good fortune, prosperity and the best of health. Amin!

★ ˛ •. HAPPY ★ • ★ ° ˛. ★ ★ NEW YEAR 2011 *. *. ° ˛ ˚ ★ • ★ HAPPY ° ˛. NEW YEAR 2011 * ★ ★ ˛˛ • ˛ • ˚ * HAPPY ★ ° ˛˛ * ★ • *• NEW YEAR 2011

We bade 2010 farewell. We welcome 2011!

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“Journey to Mecca for Hajj 2010 – by bicycle…” (via ISLAM—World’s Greatest Religion!)

November 21, 2010

Mashallah. They pedalled from Capetown, South Africa to Saudi Arabia just to perform the Haj. I wish I had their strength and courage to do likewise. Allah s.w.t. protects them in their noble journey for the sake of Allah and Islam.

"Journey to Mecca for Hajj 2010 - by bicycle..." "Journey to Mecca for Hajj 2010 – by bicycle…" Two young South Africans have pedaled their way to Saudi Arabia to perform this year's Haj. Nathim Cairncross, 28, and Imtiyaz Ahmad Haron, 25, both from Cape Town, said on arrival at the Saudi border before reaching Tabuk that they felt happy they were fulfilling their dream of performing Haj. "Pedaling our way to the Kingdom from Cape Town was a grueling experience. We wanted to travel this way s … Read More

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Dual disasters in Indonesia

November 11, 2010

Indonesia was rocked by two separate disasters earlier this week – a 7.7-magnitude earthquake triggered a tsunami on Monday that swept onto the Mentawai Island chain in western Indonesia, and less than 24 hours later and a few hundred miles away, Mount Merapi erupted multiple times, unleashing searing pyroclastic flows that destroyed villages and blanketed the countryside in ash. Rescue personnel are only now reaching some of the more remote areas, but as of this writing, it is estimated that nearly 300 people were killed by the tsunami, and at least 30 died near Mount Merapi. Collected here are early photos from the dual disasters, and the rescue and recovery efforts just underway.

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A man wears a face mask as ash from the erupting Mount Merapi volcano blankets a street, at Kaliurang village in Sleman, on October 26, 2010 near Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Thousands have been ordered to evacuate as Mount Merapi, which last erupted in 2006, began to emit plumes of smoke and clouds of ash.

This aerial photo shows a damaged building in a village flattened by Monday’s earthquake triggered tsunami on Pagai island, West Sumatra, Indonesia, Wednesday, Oct. 27, 2010.

A structure off its foundation and other destruction is seen in this October 26, 2010 photo taken on North Pagai (Pagai Utara), one of the Mentawai islands off the west coast of Indonesia’s Sumatra island after an earthquake and following tsunami hit the area the night before.

This aerial photograph taken from Vice President Boediono’s helicopter shows the remains of a village area swept away by a tsunami in North Pagai island, one of the Mentawai islands, on October 27, 2010.

An aerial photo shows trees uprooted by Monday’s earthquake-triggered tsunami on Pagai island, West Sumatra, Indonesia, Wednesday, Oct. 27, 2010.

Villagers wrap recovered bodies in plastic in the tsunami-hit Muntei Baru Baru village, where hundreds of homes once stood, in the Cikakap subdistrict of Indonesia’s Mentawai islands on October 26, 2010.

Bodies of young children lie in the tsunami-hit Muntei Baru Baru village, in Indonesia’s Mentawai islands on October 26, 2010.

An aerial photograph taken from Vice President Boediono’s helicopter shows a house swept away by a tsunami, leaving only the concrete floor area behind, in North Pagai island on October 27, 2010.

Uprooted trees and a battered structure on Pagai island, West Sumatra, Indonesia, damaged by Monday’s earthquake-triggered tsunami. Photo taken on Wednesday, Oct. 27, 2010.

Australian tsunami survivors Daniel Scanlan, left, and injured Robert Marino walk on the pier upon their arrival at a port in Padang, West Sumatra, Indonesia, Wednesday, Oct. 27, 2010. The group of Australians said they were on the back deck of their chartered boat, anchored in a bay, when Monday’s quake and tsunami struck. The 10-foot tsunami swept away hundreds of homes, and killed scores of villagers.

Indonesian Vice President Boediono (3rd from right in white shirt), accompanied by officials, prays over recovered bodies of tsunami victims in North Pagai island on October 27, 2010.

The sun rises over a smoking Mount Merapi on August 8th of 2010.

A government volcanologist monitors Mount Merapi activity from Volcano Monitoring Centre in Yogyakarta on October 25, 2010. Indonesia ordered thousands of people to evacuate from around Mount Merapi as it raised the alert for its most active volcano to red, warning of a possible imminent eruption. Mount Merapi, which lies around 25 kilometers north of the town of Yogyakarta in the center of Java, last erupted in June 2006.

A view of the Mount Merapi volcano emitting smoke is seen from Cangkringan village in the district of Sleman, central Java October 25, 2010.

Villagers travel in a truck after being evacuated from their village to Girikerto village in Sleman, on October 26, 2010 near Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Authorities evacuated more than 11,000 villagers living on the slopes of the Mount Merapi volcano near Yogyakarta on Java after the alert status for an eruption was raised to the highest level.

A rescuer carries an elderly woman to a temporary shelter as she is evacuated from her home on the slope of Mount Merapi, in Pakem, Yogyakarta, Indonesia on Tuesday, Oct. 26, 2010.

Indonesian rescuers evacuate victims of Merapi volcano at Kinahrejo village, Sleman, Yogyakarta on October 26, 2010, after the volcano erupted three times.

A rescuer carries a young victim at Kinahrejo village, Sleman, Yogyakarta on October 26, 2010 after the eruption of Indonesia’s Mount Merapi volcano.

Paramedics wheel a burned, ash-covered villager on a stretcher as Mount Merapi erupts, at Kaliurang village in Sleman, on October 26, 2010 near Yogyakarta, Indonesia.

Paramedics carry an injured villager in Kaliurang village in Sleman, on October 26, 2010.

A mother carries her son as she runs following the erupution of Mount Merapi, at Kaliurang village in Sleman, on October 26, 2010.

A rescuer wheels a man, badly burned by an eruption of Mount Merapi, into a hospital in Pakem, Yogyakarta, Indonesia on Tuesday, Oct. 26, 2010.

Burnt trees and ash cover the ground in the village of Kinarrejo in Sleman, near the ancient city of Yogyakarta, October 27, 2010.

Volunteers search for victims of the Mount Merapi eruption at Kinahrejo village in Sleman, Indonesia on October 27, 2010.

A bowl of noodles and a glass rest on a table, covered by ash at Mbah Marijan’s house at Kinarrejo village in Sleman on October 27, 2010. Mbah Marijan, was considered to be the spiritual gatekeeper of Mount Merapi

A buffalo lies dead and covered with volcanic ash at a village hit by pyroclastic flows from Tuesday’s eruption of Mount Merapi in Kinahrejo, Yogyakarta, Indonesia on Wednesday, Oct. 27, 2010.

ndonesian search and rescue teams explore the area after Mount Merapi volcano erupted the night before in the village of Pakem in Sleman, Yogyakarta province on October 27, 2010.

A car covered in volcanic ash sits amongst surrounding damage after Mount Merapi volcano erupted the night before in the village of Pakem in Sleman on October 27, 2010.

A motorist covers his face with his jacket as he rides on an ash-covered road in Klaten, Central Java October 27, 2010 after Mount Merapi erupted on Tuesday.

This file photo taken on May 17, 2006 shows Mbah Marijan, the appointed guardian for Mount Merapi by Yogyakarta’s highly respected Sultan Hamengkubuwono X as he prays for the people’s safety in Kinahrejo. Marijan was one of the victims of the eruption. Grandfather Marijan was found dead – reportedly discovered in a prayer position – inside his burnt house about four kilometers (2.5 miles) from the peak, local officials said.

A medic takes a look at the coffin of Merapi volcano guardian Grandfather Marijan next to other dead bodies at the Sarjito hospital in Yogyakarta on October 27, 2010.

A rescue worker searches for victims of Mount Merapi eruption in Kinahrejo, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, Wednesday, Oct. 27, 2010.

Volcanic ash covers the interior of a house at a village badly hit by pyroclastic flows from Mount Merapi eruption in Kinahrejo, Yogyakarta, Indonesia on Wednesday, Oct. 27, 2010.

Volunteers carry the body of a victim of the Mount Merapi eruption at Kinarrejo village in Sleman on October 27, 2010.

Cows covered with terrible burns stand outside a destroyed barn the day after Mount Merapi volcano erupted in the village of Pakem in Sleman, Yogyakarta province on October 27, 2010.

Sukadi (right) prays at the burial of his brother, a victim of the Mount Merapi eruption, at Umbulhardjo village in Sleman, near the ancient city of Yogyakarta, October 27, 2010.

A man watches Mount Merapi as seen from Kaligendol, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, Wednesday, Oct. 27, 2010.

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“People Are The Boss!” (via Pahlawan Volunteers)

October 24, 2010

This blog may have been published some time ago, in 1999. But the facts presented are still relevant till today.

"People Are The Boss!" First published in August 1999 Mutual respect is the foundation upon which the people-government relationship in a democratic system is built. The people are the master, and the Government is the servant. Democracy is only a reality when those in power respect this principle. However, some political figures have mistaken the nation as their private … Read More

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