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Standard User janitor
(experienced) Sun 21-Sep-14 16:21:37
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Music on demand


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I have a small collection of music, about 4gb, I rearly listen to any of it while out and about, but it's all stored on my iPhone anyway, is there a way to remove all the music from the phone, leave the play lists in place, and if I want to play a certain song or play list, just stream it to the phone as if it was still on the device.
Standard User ian_c
(eat-sleep-adslguide) Sun 21-Sep-14 18:58:33
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Re: Music on demand


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iTunes Match

Standard User janitor
(experienced) Sun 21-Sep-14 20:56:56
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But don't you need to download the songs from iTunes match, to play them an iOS device.


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Standard User ian_c
(eat-sleep-adslguide) Sun 21-Sep-14 23:50:50
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Nope (although streaming will eat into your data allowance, obv).

Standard User brandscill
(committed) Thu 02-Oct-14 21:20:04
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Yeah iTunes match will be a nice solution. It's the one I use for streaming my collection at work and on the go

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Standard User janitor
(experienced) Wed 08-Oct-14 10:13:24
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Thanks all, I think I will give iTunes Match another go, I had it for a while, but was under the impression that the music was downloaded to the device. So if not I will give it another go.
Standard User cookie
(fountain of knowledge) Thu 09-Oct-14 15:07:21
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iTunes Match will stream or download as required.
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