Apple assumes no responsibility with regard to the selection, performance, or use of third-party websites or products. Other company and product names may be trademarks of their respective owners.Apple makes no representations regarding third-party website accuracy or reliability. If your Apple Music membership or i Tunes Match subscription ended because of a billing issue, you can update your payment information.i Cloud Music Library is only available to Apple Music and i Tunes Match members.No further software is needed, and it can operate from any folder.2. Depending on the view you are using, the “Plays” counter may not be visible without going to “Get Info” and then “File.”3.Highlight a song in i Tunes, then double-click the script. Enter the new play count in the text box and press Enter.5.Check the song’s play count again, and it should match with the value you have entered.If necessary – for example, if you’re planning to artificially introduce a few tracks into a Smart Playlist – you can use “Ctrl click” to highlight numerous songs to make their play counts uniform.
i Tunes Match syncs pretty much everything between devices that would otherwise be synced in the traditional method.
After you authorize, choose File Update i Cloud Music Library from the menu bar at the top of your computer screen or the top of the i Tunes window.
If you synced the songs that appear with gray text to your i OS device from a Mac or PC, turn on i Cloud Music Library on that computer and your library should update.
The play counter in i Tunes is one of its most overlooked features, and it is quite easy to see why given that it appears relatively unimportant.
Even i OS devices, like i Phones and i Pads, don’t display how many times you’ve played a track.