I do have some question about storage and song limits. I read somewhere about a 100.000 song limit. I mass hoard albums and add them to my library, but is this a bad decision in the long run if I pretty quickly hit the limit? Is there any workaround, like playlists being okay or some setting that keeps the music in the cloud and therefore it being ok??
I’m perfectly fine with having the library in the cloud and not locally on my machine - but I don’t understand the documentation, does that count for the song limit or is it only if you download the songs for offline use?
And Spotify has no maximum number of songs in the library - that’s so sad! I really want to use Apple Music. Would make sense to remove that limit, and have a limit on downloaded songs (in my opinion).
I’ll continue using Apple Music, adding more and more songs, each day hoping that they will remove that limit. When the day comes that it is full, I guess I’ll have to move back to Spotify.
As far as I understand it if you add music either from iTunes Store purchase or that is present in the Apple Music catalog (the one from which you stream music paying the monthly fee) the counter does not go up.
So you must ask yourself if the music you hoard and add is present into the AM catalog