On your iOS or Android device:
Step 1: Open the Apple Music app and search the song, folder, or playlist you want to save for offline.
Step 2: If the song and album are not added to your library, you’ll notice a plus sign. Tap the plus sign to add that song or folder to your library.
Step 3: Once added, the plus sign will be substituted by the sign of a cloud with a downward arrow. Click on the cloud icon to download all your favorite songs or album and make them accessible offline.
Note: If your Automatic Downloads is already turned on, the content will automatically get downloaded to your device or computer when you add it to your Reference library. You will not see a download icon in that case.
If you want to listen to your saved songs or album, then go to My Music and go to Library. All your selected songs will be under Playlists in My Music.
On your PC or Mac:
Step 1: Go to iTunes, and find the song, album, or any playlist you want to save for listening offline.
Step 2: Tap the cloud icon which is on the right side of the name of the song.
To check the music, you’ve saved for offline listening in iTunes, tap on View in the iTunes menu bar, and after that click on Only Music Available Offline.
On your apple watch:
Part 1: Playing songs offline on Apple Music on Apple Watch without iPhone
Apple Watch has 2GB of local music storing space to let operators synchronize albums or playlists bought from iTunes or Apple Music, so if you have purchased iTunes music, or if you are subscribed to Apple Music streaming facility, you can simply sync all the songs, albums or playlists to Apple Watch for offline replay without iPhone.
Just look at the simple steps.
Step 1: Make a new playlist if you like. You can easily open your Apple Music app on your iPhone to create a new playlist that you want to sync to your Apple Watch.
Step 2: Synchronize/Sync your Apple Music playlists to Apple Watch.
Things to do before synchronizing – Bluetooth needs to be turned on and your Apple Watch needs to be on charge. Now open the Apple Watch app on your iPhone, click on the My Watch tab and click Music > Add Music to select the Apple Music playlists to sync.
Step 3: Pair Bluetooth headphones to Apple Watch.
Set Bluetooth headphones or speakers and your Apple Watch into pairing mode and then take your Watch and go to Settings > Bluetooth. When headphones are shown under Devices, you can click on headphones to pair them.
Step 4: Play Apple Music.
After the Apple Music playlist is synced and your headphones are paired, you can open the Music app on your Watch and swipe down to display the set menu which allows you to select a music foundation and click on the icon for the Apple Watch.
Next, go down and click on playlists and you’ll get one playlist listed below the title On My Apple Watch, just click it to let the song play.
Part 2: Keep Apple Music Active after Unsubscription
Apple Music subscription allows operators to play and download music files offline and use the purchased music on multiple devices like Apple Watch, Apple TV, iPod, etc, but after the invalidation of Apple Music subscription, you are not permitted to the Apple Music albums or playlists.
So, let’s see how to keep your Apple Music playlists active after canceling the subscription?
You can switch to Sidify Apple Music Converter to help you change Apple Music tracks to basic setups like MP3, WAV, or FLAC, hence you can add these Apple Music songs to your iPhone and sync them to your Apple Watch for offline listening without upset about the cancellation of a subscription.
A tutorial on how to convert Apple Music albums to basic setups as MP3, WAV, or FLAC, and synchronize the transformed Apple Music to Apple Watch for listening.
Step 1: Add to Sidify Apple Music Converter.
Download and install Sidify Apple Music Converter on your computer, then launch the converter and iTunes will be launched automatically.
Then you can tap on the “Add” button to add songs to Sidify Apple Music Converter.
Step 2: Modify the Output Parameters.
Click “OK” to finish the addition of Apple Music songs to Sidify, then you can click on the Settings button to modify the parameters like output format, output path, and quality. Here you can select the output setup as MP3, AAC, FLAC, and output quality up to 320 Kbps.
Step 3: Start Converting Apple Music Songs.
After concluding all the settings, you can click on the “Convert” button to start converting Apple Music songs to the audio format you have selected. After the conversion process finished, you can click the “Converted” tab on the left side to find the converted files.
Step 4: Synchronize the Converted Music from Computer to iPhone.
The converted Apple Music will be stockpiled on your computer folder, so you can add the converted music to iTunes and sync them to your iPhone with the same Apple ID.
Finally, you can sync and play the converted Apple Music playlists on your Apple Watch.