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ReeceF11

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So I've went onto my Apple Music today to find about 15-20 songs I never downloaded or added to my account. Any help is appreciated.
 

Jjayf

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May 31, 2015
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The two logical answers are that someone downloaded them using your device or on another device using your Apple ID.
 

KEEKERDEE

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The two logical answers are that someone downloaded them using your device or on another device using your Apple ID.
[doublepost=1538264099][/doublepost]NOPE. no one has access to my device and i just got 20 or so songs, but they are all by artists i like, so hey, FREE SONGS! I checked to make sure I am not being charged for them after I downloaded them, and i wasn't, so it's probably some glitch in the itunes program.
 

Julien

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Jun 30, 2007
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So I've went onto my Apple Music today to find about 15-20 songs I never downloaded or added to my account. Any help is appreciated.

[doublepost=1538264099][/doublepost]NOPE. no one has access to my device and i just got 20 or so songs, but they are all by artists i like, so hey, FREE SONGS! I checked to make sure I am not being charged for them after I downloaded them, and i wasn't, so it's probably some glitch in the itunes program.
Well we can already see someone has problems keeping up with their identity. :D Also Apple Music is unlimited access to all the music for one subscription price. Are you also conflating or confusing Apple Music with the iTunes Store?
 
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PBG4 Dude

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At some point in the last few months, Shazam results started getting automatically added to my Apple Music collection.
 
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