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Apple launched Apple Music on Tuesday, the company's new Spotify-like streaming music service. iPhone and iPad users who update their devices to the latest version of iOS will see their old Music app has changed to prominently feature Apple Music and its various bells and whistles.

That's great if you want a streaming service from Apple, but not so much for anyone who liked things just the way they were. If you would rather listen to the music you've purchased with no fancy-smancy recommendations or new album suggestions, there's a simple method of doing so.

As Six Colors' Dan Moren explains, just go to the Settings app, then tap on the Music tab and move the "Show Apple Music" switch to the off position.

Moren notes this won't completely change things back to the way they were—you'll still see the Connect tab, for instance—but your Music app should look at least a little bit more familiar.


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