Updating songs to itunes plus

i Tunes Match and Apple Music use audio fingerprinting and metadata to "match" tracks from the i Tunes Store to your library, but be aware: The i Tunes Store catalog's matching algorithm isn't perfect, especially when it comes to live tracks and other rare songs, and there's, unfortunately, no way to "force upload" a song to i Cloud.

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With all of these different types of music files, it's easy to get a little confused over which songs are truly , and which ones may disappear if you end your subscription. Beginning with mac OS Catalina, the i Tunes app has been replaced with the Music app.

The functionality identified here remains the same in the newly titled app.

In addition, each song displays an i Cloud Download status — Downloaded, Streaming, Ineligible, or Removed — which details whether the song is currently being stored on your Mac, if it's solely in i Cloud, if it can't be uploaded to i Cloud, or if it's been removed from i Cloud but remains stored locally on your Mac.

You use i Cloud Music Library (either via Apple Music or the stand-alone i Tunes Match service).

If you see this status, you've subscribed to Apple Music.

This status is assigned to any songs downloaded from Apple's streaming catalog.

The i Cloud shows you whether those songs are downloaded locally to your device or not; if not, you'll see a cloud with a downward arrow.

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