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Music is what keeps me going almost all the time. It's the biggest stress buster for me. Due mainly to the original content, I've been a loyal Apple Music user for more than two years. And I'm really glad to know that sharing songs from Apple Musing on my iPhone and iPad running iOS 11 has become a more straightforward.

One thing worth noting is that you can share only the music, which is in your Apple Music. The ones you have in the personal library or imported to iTunes and then synced to your iPhone cannot be shared. But the music you saved to the Cloud through iTunes Match can be shared.

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How to Share Songs from Apple Music Using AirDrop in iOS 11 on iPhone or iPad

How to Share Apple Music Using AirDrop on iPhone and iPad

Step #1. Launch Music app and select a song from Apple Music.

Open Music App on iPhone

You can pick the song from your personal library, Browse or For You sections.

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Step #2. If you have selected a song, simply 3D Touch it. Alternately, if your device doesn't have 3D Touch, long-press the song.

3D Touch or Tap and Hold the Song in Music App on iPhone

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Step #3. When options menu appears, tap on Share Song.

Tap on Share Song in Music App on iPhone

Step #4. You should see a list of AirDrop recipients at the top of the share screen. Select the person you want to share the song with.

Share Apple Music Using AirDrop on iPhone and iPad

That's done!

You can use the same steps to share more chartbusters with your friends.

Happy sharing!

Currently, Apple Music has around 40 million subscribers. Though Apple's music streaming service is still far behind than Spotify which enjoys about 80 million subscribers, it's been making rapid strides. What's your take on the competition between the two and which one you like more?

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