For iPhone users, there are three ways to share music with your families or friends.
As a music lover who "explores" great songs every day, I meet some great songs from
time to time too. For this splendid music, I not only listen to them repeatedly, but also I will
share them with family and friends that I think might enjoy them just as much as I do. In
this post I will show you three most piratical ways to share music on iPhone.
Part 1: How to Share Apple Music Songs on iPhone with AirDrop
One of the cool things you can do with a streaming service like Apple Music is making
playlists and sharing music. Now, know in deep how to share Apple Music song to your
friend using Airdrop.
1. Turned on AirDrop from Control Center by swiping up from the bottom bezel of your
2. Keep Bluetooth and Wi-Fi on if you want to use Airdrop to share music from iPhone to
iPhone or from iPhone to Mac.
3. Launch Music App which is running on iOS 8.4 and the later device. Then, tap on New
tab and then navigate to your favorite song.
4. Now go for More (…) icon option at right-bottom side of the iPhone screen and tap on it.
You'll get five options. Just select Share Song… among them.
5. You'll view like given below screen there are several supported sharing icons (Airdrop,
Message, Facebook, Mail, Twitter, Copy Link and More). Tap on Airdrop.
There are obviously particular requirements which you need to know to share iPhone
Apple Music with Airdrop successfully.
To share music with Airdrop, both of the Apple devices should use Apple Music which can
only be used on iOS 8.4 and the later.
Limited to recent iOS devices.
Both two of the methods mentioned above may cannot satisfy you since Family Sharing
only allows you to share purchases while Airdrop requires Apple Music subscribed. That's
why I like FonePaw iOS Transfer most.
FonePaw iOS Transfer allows iPhone, iPad and iPod users share music between iOS
devices without limitations. Regardless of the music is purchased from iTunes Store,
downloaded from internet or ripped from CD, you can transfer them from one iPhone to
another easily. Also, there is no Apple Music subscription and Wi-Fi requirements. As
longs as your iOS device is running from iOS 6 to iOS 9, you can use it.
1. Download and install FonePaw iOS Transfer on your computer (Windows or Mac).
2. Connect your iPhone and the iOS device you want to share music with to the computer.
3. When both the device is detected, click "Media" tab under your iPhone name. Then,
click "Music" on the top toolbar. Tick those music you want and click "Export
to" > "Export to (another device's name)".
Simple and easy to use, FonePaw iOS Transfer works great for those of us that love
findings and sharing music with iPhone, iPad or iPod. It is no exaggeration to say that this
program makes the whole experience of streaming music between iPhone an enjoyable
Part 3: How to Share Music on iPhone with Family Sharing
One of the most interesting and perplexing features in iOS 8 is "Family Sharing". With
Family Sharing, family members and granting members get immediate access to each
other's music, movies, books, apps, etc. that purchased from iTunes Store.
1. Go to Settings > iCloud > Set up Family Sharing... > Get Started > Continue on
iPhone to enable Family Sharing. Then, a credit or debit card is required.
2. As the Organizer of the Family Share plan, you're responsible for setting up a payment
option for future iTunes and App Store purchases. That means you're responsible for
paying for other members' purchases.
3. To add family members to your group, tap "Add Family Member...". You'll be able to
invite members via email address (up to 5 total), which they will need to confirm.
4. Once you've set up Family Sharing, everyone can access each others' apps, music,
movies, TV shows and books. Navigate to iTunes Store > More > Purchased. Select a
family member and download the music you want from them.
By using Family Sharing, you must know that:
• You can only share purchased music on iPhone, which means the music you ripped
from CD, downloaded from internet, received from others are all cannot be shared.
• Family Sharing is unavailable on the iPad, iPhone 4/3GS, iPad touch 4 and older
• The Organizer is responsible for all new purchases, which yes, is kind of pain.