How to Replay Beats 1 Radio Shows on Apple Music

If you ever fail to catch Beats 1 Radio shows, don't worry. You can easily replay your favorite Beats 1 Radio shows on Apple Music.

Many of you would be fond of listening to the Beats 1 Radio shows of Zane Lowe or Ebro Darden on Apple Music. As a fan of these cool artists, you wouldn’t want to miss out on a single show. However, due to hectic life or professional commitments, you may not be able to catch some shows live. So, how do you listen to or replay the Beats 1 Radio shows you have missed?

Turns out, you can easily replay all those shows which you couldn’t catch live. The best thing about it is that even if you are not an Apple Music subscriber, you can replay those shows of your favorite DJ.

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How to Replay Beats 1 Radio Shows in Apple Music

How to Listen to Beats 1 Radio Shows You have Missed

If you are an Apple Music subscriber, you need to follow the DJ on Connect or navigate to Beats 1 Radio Page on your iOS device to access all the shows you have missed.

How to Follow Artist on Connect in Apple Music

Step #1. To follow any artist on Connect, you need to search or tap on any artist to access their page.

Search Artists in Apple Music App on iPhone

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Step #2. Next, tap on More button (looks like three dots).

Tap on More Button in Apple Music App on iPhone

Step #3. Now, tap on Follow on Connect.

Follow Artist on Connect in Apple Music App on iPhone

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From now onwards, new posts from that artist will be automatically added to your Connect Posts feed. If you want to check out the artists that you follow, simply tap your profile icon at the upper-left corner and hit “Find More Artists and Curators.”

How to Visit Beats 1 Radio Page on iPhone

Step #1. Launch Music app on your iOS device.

Step #2. Next, tap on Radio tab.

Step #3. Now, you need to tap on Beats 1 Radio banner.

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Step #4. Next, you need to scroll down to Featured Shows.

Step #5. Tap on the name of the DJ you wish to listen to.

Step #6. Tap on Connect tab.

Step #7. Finally, choose the song you want to listen to.

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Now, listen to the playlists and even add them to your music. You have the option to make them available for offline as well.

If Apple Music doesn’t have the right over any song, it will be grayed out.

Non-Apple Music Subscriber can Replay Any Song 12 Hours Later

In case you are not an Apple Music subscriber, you can still listen to the shows you have missed—albeit 12 hours later. As for instance, if you have missed the show of Julie Adenuga which goes live at 3 PM, you can replay it 12 hours later at 3 AM.

That’s it!

You may want to have a glance at these related posts How to Create, Personalize and Add Stations to Apple Music on Apple TV, How to Access Your Apple Music Playlists Anywhere, How to Use iTunes Match with Apple Music on Mac.

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Dhvanesh Adhiyahttps://www.igeeksblog.com
Dhvanesh Adhiya is our editor-in-chief and reviewer who takes care of iGeeksBlog.com. He is passionate for wonderful apps that change the way your iPhone interacts in your life.

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