SharePlay, a feature that allows Apple users to enjoy content together, can be used with Apple Music for collaborative listening and playback.
Apple Music users looking to stream songs with friends and family, look no further share play, a feature that facilitates content sharing across various services. SharePlay was first introduced with iOS 15 and was initially limited to use with FaceTime. People could see simultaneous streams during FaceTime calls if the application supported his SharePlay and all users had a valid subscription or access to the content. With iOS 16, SharePlay now supports iMessage, allowing users to sync and enjoy content without having to live his FaceTime call.
To start listening to Apple Music with your friends using SharePlay, you must first meet some system and compatibility requirements. Most importantly, the user must have their own subscription to Apple Music to join her SharePlay. One user can’t play the music of her entire FaceTime or iMessage group unless all members are subscribed to Apple Music. Next, make sure each device you use for SharePlay is updated to the latest version of iOS and iPadOS. At the time of writing this is iOS 16.2 and iPadOS 16.2, but make sure your specific device is up to date in the Settings app.
Start Apple Music SharePlay in iMessage or FaceTime
Once everyone’s devices are updated to the latest software version and participants are subscribed to Apple Music, users can start sharing songs. Select any Apple Music content, such as a song, album, or playlist, and press and hold. When a menu of options appears, selectshare plasticy’ button. A new window will appear allowing the user to customize SharePlay details such as who will participate.
Start typing in the text box to enter the participant’s contact information or phone number into the field. Her SharePlay setup window below the text field shows his 10 contacts that the user has saved. To add these users to her SharePlay, tap the contact icon to continue. When all participants have been added to the list, a green “iMessage‘ Also ‘face time‘ Click the button at the bottom of the screen to start SharePlay. ‘ Tap.play‘ Also ‘start‘ button that looks like it starts.
When SharePlay is first started, it will start playing the song, album or playlist used to start SharePlay. However, Apple Music offers a shared queue during his SharePlay session, so each user can add songs to the list of tracks set to play next. To do this, press and hold a song, album, or playlist, then pressplay next‘ Also ‘play lastbutton. Each participant can open the Apple Music app to manage playback controls and upcoming track lists while the SharePlay session is active.
For users who want to enjoy their favorite songs with friends, share play is a native solution deeply integrated with Apple Music.
More information: iPhone apps that support SharePlay: full list
Source: Apple Support