How to Get Clean Albums on Apple Music
Apple Music is a great way to listen to your favorite music, but it can be difficult to find clean versions of albums. Fortunately, there are a few ways you can get clean albums on Apple Music.
Search for Explicit Versions
The first step is to search for explicit versions of the album you want. Apple Music will usually have both the explicit and clean versions of an album available. To do this, open the Apple Music app and search for the album you want. Once you’ve found it, look for the “Explicit” label next to the album title. If it’s there, click on it and you should see both the explicit and clean versions of the album.
Use Parental Controls
If you don’t want to search for explicit versions of albums, you can also use parental controls to filter out explicit content from your searches. To do this, go into your device settings and select “Music”. From there, select “Parental Controls” and turn on the “Filter Explicit Content” option. This will ensure that any searches you make in Apple Music will only show clean versions of albums.
Contact Apple Support
If neither of these methods work, you can always contact Apple Support directly. They may be able to help you find a clean version of an album or provide other solutions. You can reach them by phone or through their online chat service.