If you have the “Export downloads to i Tunes” setting enabled, the tracks and albums you manually download from Amazon Music to your computer will automatically be exported to i Tunes.
Otherwise, they end up in your Music folder under Libraries.
People frequently stash things there, often in a disorganized fashion, and then quickly forget about them.
For those, you can drag tracks and albums from the Your Library tab to the box labeled “Download to your computer” in the lower-right corner of the app.
Without the auto-export setting enabled, you will need to open i Tunes and go to File Add to Library to import the tracks.
There is no such automatic pipeline to i Tunes from Google Play Music as there is with Amazon Music, but it’s still a relatively quick and painless process.
If your music collection has spiraled out of control across the cloud, then it’s time to consolidate it.
We will show you how to take music across three of the more popular cloud music services — Amazon Music, Google Play Music, and Xbox Music — and consolidate them into the most popular music manager, i Tunes.