New updates are added at the bottom of this story â¦â¦.
The original story (published May 03, 2021) follows:
Streaming music has been a charm on Apple devices, thanks to the ecosystem offered by Apple.
Apple Music has even managed to maintain a good user base at a time when Spotify has hegemony in music streaming.
However, users of the app recently came across a bug that is preventing things from working the way they should.
According to emerging reports, Apple Music users find it difficult to download or play the songs they want from Apple Music library.
The streaming app sends an error message stating that an internal error has occurred and songs cannot be downloaded or even played in some cases.
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Previously downloaded files are no problem and are only limited to new songs lined up for download that end in error.
In fact, in some cases, the entire playlist would skip without playing the songs.
The initial reports are from the PC version of the Apple Music app, but there are also a few reports of iPhone users who appear to have been affected by the issue after the recent iOS 14.5 update.
This issue goes back a few months without any attention from Apple representatives or support.
In order to keep its user base intact, Apple needs to address the issue as a priority.
In the meantime, sit back and relax as we follow up on this issue, any updates or workarounds will be posted here.
Update 1 (October 23)
10:00 am (IST): Many users are still facing library issues with Apple Music. According to several reports, users are unable to add music to their library in Apple Music or iTunes.
Here are some reports for reference:
I have an Apple Music app installed on my Android device, and it was working fine until suddenly I couldn’t add music to my library anymore. It says “added to library” but when I check my library it doesn’t show up. (Source)
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