Anytune plays music 🎶directly from your device's Music Library (iTunes). You can also play audio files that have been Imported into the Anytune app. To browse your music:
On iPhone: Tap
On iPad: Tap Songs
Your song files must be physically on your device (downloaded) and not DRM protected.
Digital rights management (DRM) control the use, modification, and distribution of copyrighted works.
Anytune cannot play streamed music (i.e Apple Music and Spotify) yet. We are working on it.
Browse music in your device's music library using theSongs, Playlists, Artists and Albums categories. Tap a song to Play it!
These categories are read-only. Anytune cannot add, edit or delete content in these categories. Make changes to your Music Library with the Apple Music app.
You may see an icon on songs in your library lists:
Info indicates Anytune has created a record for the song containing your settings, marks, notes, ...
Lock indicates the song is DRM protected and cannot be played. See protected songs.
Cloud indicates the song is needs to be Downloaded. See missing on songs.
Tap the "Show All Music" button in Settings or on the list views to toggle between seeing all the songs in your device's music library and only showing the songs Anytune can play, hiding songs that need to be downloaded or are protected.
Anytune has Search and Filter capabilities for finding your music quickly.
Syncing your Music Library across your devices
Apple provides two ways to sync your Music Library across your devices.
- Turn on Sync Library with Apple Music
- Sync your iPhone, iPad, or iPod using your computer (USB, WiFi)
When you play a song from your Music Library, or import an audio file into Anytune a record is created containing all of your "song data" or configuration, including settings (tempo, pitch, ...) marks, loops, notes, lyrics and the location of the audio file.
Tap the Tunes category to view all your Anytune Tunes and folders and playlists.
- The All Tunes list contains every song that Anytune has ever played.
- The Marked Tunes list contains all songs that contain Marks.
Anytune Playlists and Folders
You can create playlists and folders in Anytune. Anytune playlists can include songs from your device's Music Library, and songs imported into Anytune. These playlists and folders are saved as part of Anytune's config data and do not affect the playlists in your device's music library.
See Playlists and folders to learn more about Anytune Folders and Playlists.
Double Tap the Tunes category to navigate to the top of the hierarchy.
Tap the Add button to add songs to All Tunes the current Playlist.
Importing Song Files
Import songs (audio files) directly into Anytune through Files Picker/Open-In, Dropbox, WiFi, Email, AudioCopy and Anytune's Recording utility, or use "Copy to Anytune" from an app that supports sharing files. See Importing songs and configs.
When you import a song directly into Anytune the audio file is stored in Anytune. The song is not stored in your device's music library.
Deleting an imported song from Anytune deletes the audio file from your device and Anytune's record of the file which includes the marks and settings. Songs imported directly into Anytune are saved in your system backup.
Anytune can play MP3, AIFF, WAV, MPEG4, AAC, M4A files and audio from common video formats. Anytune will strip the audio portion from any video file that you import. Anytune does not display video.
Syncing imported songs across your devices
When you import a song directly into Anytune the audio file is stored in Anytune.The song is not stored in your device's music library and is not automatically synced across your devices.