Newer smartphones usually have adequate storage capacity, even at the lowest level, but that does not prevent the items from filling up all of this space. Watching movies offline, recording 4K videos, and other things can quickly fill your phone, as well as albums and songs in Apple Music.
On an iPhone, you can add tracks from the Apple Music catalog to your library (via the plus button), depending on your settings. The Music app can download any track you add if you take it offline want to listen. It's not a big deal if you set up your iPhone to automatically delete Apple Music songs when space is tight. However, if you rarely hear offline music, you should stop these downloads first.
Apple Music On Android, songs are not downloaded automatically when they are added to your library, and there is not even an option to do so. The download of titles, albums and playlists is done manually. If you have an Android phone with an SD card, you can load it there instead to keep your device's memory organized.
If you have tuned in to download music automatically If you set pluses, you can disable them. Open Settings, tap Music, and scroll to Downloads . Make sure that the slider next to "Automatic Downloads" is disabled.
From now on, you'll need to give your Apple Music Library a title at all times to add an album and a playlist Tap the download button to provide the media for offline playback. If you want Apple Music to automatically re-download any added songs, return to this menu and turn the switch to green on your smartphone. Take a look at the entire music and audio series.