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It's easy to find and follow people in the Apple Music app — whether it's friends, family, or coworkers. While Apple Music used to allow users to follow artists as well, it removed the feature in However, you can still follow friends to see what others are listening to — similar to Spotify. To do so, you'll just have to set up an account. If you've already done so, you can easily add people by accessing your account details in the "For You" tab at any time. Tap on the "For You" tab underneath the heart icon at the bottom of the screen.

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How to Find & Follow Friends on Apple Music with iOS 11 on iPhone

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Apple is famously bad at social networks. Unless you count iMessage, which is easily successful and popular enough to exist as a standalone business. Or iCloud Photo Sharing, which brings families and friends closer together every day. Apple, then, is pretty good at social stuff.

To get to the Apple Music Friends section, open up the music app, and tap on your account profile icon find it at the top of the screen in the For You tab. Tapping this will use the contacts stored in your address book to match up any folks on Apple Music that you may already know. If this is your first time using Apple Music Friends, then you should tap the Start Sharing with Friends to do just that.

If a contact is already using Apple Music Friends, then you can follow them right away. Just tap the follow button next to their name. To stop following a contact, long-tap or 3D-Touch on iPhone to bring up a menu that lets you block or unfollow them.

Back in the main Music app, head to the For You section again. If you want to stalk a particular friend, then head back to your profile page, and tap the icon for that person.

This is where I found out that another Cult of Mac writer, Chris Ward, has surprisingly good music taste. When you create a playlist, you can choose whether to make it public.

You can also toggle the Listening To feature, which displays your current and recent tracks to friends. You can edit this section at any time by tapping the ellipsis three dots next to your profile icon, and tapping Edit Profile.

Apple Music Friends might not be the new Facebook, or even the new HoffSpace , but it has its uses — aside from stalking, of course. If you have a friend with great music taste, you can learn about new music from them. And you can also us it as a way to actively share playlists with groups of friends. Check it out. How-To Top stories Friends don't let friends play ukulele. Leave a comment.

How to follow people on Apple Music and set up your profile for it

Do you feel like you're in a musical rut and wishing for a way to discover new songs, artists, and playlists? Let the cross-pollination begin! You can connect your Apple Music profile to Facebook and Instagram as well, so that it can offer more recommendations from your social media friends.

Set up a profile Find and follow friends See what friends are listening to Control what you share Stop sharing Report a concern. From here you can follow friends in your contacts list, search for friends who use Apple Music, and more.

Apple is famously bad at social networks. Unless you count iMessage, which is easily successful and popular enough to exist as a standalone business. Or iCloud Photo Sharing, which brings families and friends closer together every day. Apple, then, is pretty good at social stuff. To get to the Apple Music Friends section, open up the music app, and tap on your account profile icon find it at the top of the screen in the For You tab.

See what friends are listening to in Apple Music

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Newer to Apple Music and wondering how to set up and find my friends to share my playlist and music with. I checked online for an answer and most all the.

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