Searching by Artist
You can either scroll through the list to find the artist that you’re looking for, or you can enter their name or part of their name in the search filter to shorten the list to show only those artists that match your search phrase.
Selecting an Artist
Missing a Song?
Previewing a Song
Adding a Song
Song Location Icons
This means that the song has been downloaded to your device but you have not purchased the song. Only songs that have been downloaded AND purchased will show an accurate waveform in the performance view. To purchase a song you will need to use the iTunes app to both purchase and download the song.
In this mode, GRaPL will search through your library and list each unique album associated with each song in your library.
In this mode, GRaPL will show a list of every song in your library. It will often be necessary to use the search filter to type in a word or phrase to help you find the songs you are looking for.
In this mode, GRaPL will search through your library and list each unique genre associated with each song in your library.
When creating or updating playlists on an iPhone, you will switch between either having most of the screen dedicated to navigating your library or most of the screen dedicated to reviewing your playlist.
- To expand the playlist for review, simply touch it and it will expand.
- If the Library happens to be minimized, simply touch it and it will expand.
- As you add items to a playlist, the area at the bottom will flash briefly to confirm that you added the item. There is also a count number to help you keep track of how many items have been added to the playlist.
All other details of creating playlists on an iPhone are the same as creating playlists on an iPad. Please refer to the details given for creating playlists on an iPad for more information.