YOU should not have to I care what other people think, but sometimes it’s inevitable. Take your taste in music, for example. Sure, you might want your friends to think you only listen to the coolest songs, but we all have our guilty pleasures. If you’re not comfortable having your peers see your listening history in Apple Music, know there is something you can do about it – on iOS or Android.
In the Music app, tap the “Listen Now” tab if you haven’t already, then your account icon in the top right and your name at the top. If you don’t see your name, you haven’t created an Apple Music profile yet, so you don̵
Tap “Edit” in your profile. If you’re on Android, you’ll also have to tap “Additional Privacy Settings” to get to where you need to be. Now make sure the toggle next to ‘Listen to’ is turned off so no one can see what you’re jamming at these days.
This setting affects all places in Apple Music where friends would normally see your listening history. That includes the “Friends Listen To” section in Listen Now, as well as albums and playlists on your profile page. In addition, your profile picture will not be displayed on the music that your friends meet that you have played.
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