Edit Music Quality on Spotify on iPhone 6
Edited by Freya, Courtney, Eng
You're watching VisiHow. Today I am going to show you where you can edit your music quality on the Spotify application on an iPhone 6.
To begin, we need to unlock our phone by pressing the Lock button.
This button is located on the right side of the device.
Alternatively, we can press the Home button located at the bottom center on the front side of the phone.
Then we will swipe to the right to enter the Touch ID or Passcode screen.
Here we can choose to enter our Passcode, or press and hold our finger to the Home button to activate the Touch ID sensor.
Once the phone has been unlocked, we need to find the Spotify application icon.
This icon features a green circle inside of a black square. Inside of the green circle, there will be three, black, curved lines. Underneath of this icon, the word "Spotify" will be written in white.
Tap this icon once to open the Spotify application.
This is going to take us to the "BROWSE" page, which is actually like the Home page for Spotify. Here we can scroll through different moods, genres, and playlists as we like. If opening this application brought us to the login or sign up screen, please refer to our other video where we talk through exactly how to login or sign up for Spotify.
For today, we need to go to the top left-hand corner and tap on the three, white, horizontal lines.
This will bring up a new menu for us.
Tap on the bottom option on this menu, it will be labeled "Settings".
To the left of this word, there will be a white cog icon.
This is going to open the "SETTINGS" menu for us, presenting us with various new options.
We are now going to tap on the fourth option down, labeled "Music Quality".
This will open the "MUSIC QUALITY" options menu.
Here we can choose whether we want the quality to be "Normal", "High" or "Extreme".
There will be some extra details about each music quality underneath of the option labeled "Extreme".
A green checkmark will appear to the right of the option we select.
Currently, our checkmark is on "Extreme".
Now we are going to tap on "Normal", we can see that the check mark has moved to the right of this option.
We can also choose our Sync quality, by pressing an option under the "SYNC QUALITY" list.
Here we can also choose "Normal", "High" or "Extreme". To the right of our selected choice, there will be a green checkmark.
When we tap on a Sync quality option we will be presented with a dialog box titled "Resync your music?".
We will have two options, to "Cancel" or "Let's go".
If our music is already synced in lower quality, and we want to re-sync it to be a higher quality we can simply tap on "Let's go". However, if we are happy with our current music quality we can select "Cancel".
If we were to tap on "Let's go", the green check mark would move to the newly selected option.
In our case, we pressed "Cancel" so the check mark is still on "Normal".
We also have the option to "Sync Over Cellular".
This means it will sync over our cellular data.
We can simply tap on the white circle to the right of this option to enable it.
To disable, we can simply tap on it again. If it is enabled, the circle will be moved to the right and the slider will turn green. If this option is disabled, the circle will move to the left and the slider will be black with a gray outline.
To go back, we will tap on the white arrow in the top left corner of the screen.
This will bring us to our "SETTINGS" menu.
Then we are going to tap on the three, white, horizontal lines in the top left-hand corner of the screen.
Lastly, we will tap on "Browse".
This is the second option down, it will feature a white icon of some record sleeves to the left of the word "Browse".
This will take us back to the main screen of the app, labeled with the word "BROWSE" at the top.
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Video: Edit Music Quality on Spotify on iPhone 6
Recent edits by: Courtney, Freya