So I'm using my 3 month free trial of Apple Music and just downloaded an album from it, by making it available offline and downloading the tracks onto my Mac. When I went to sync them to my iPod Nano, which is what I keep most of my music on rather than my iPhone, it came up that songs from Apple Music can't be synced to an iPod.
Now I'm not saying Apple Music is pointless, but I'm sure many people still use an iPod Nano, shuffle or classic, and what this would basically mean is we'd be paying £9.99 per month for Apple Music, but still have to buy any song or album if we want to put it on a device that doesn't support Apple Music, which seems a bit strange to me. I would have thought that, with the way Apple intergrades all their products together, you'd be able to pay for Apple Music and then once you download something from it you could do what you like with it, including syncing it to other devices.
What are your thoughts on this just out of interest, or does anyone know why it's like this? Like I said, I'm not complaining, it just seems a bit of a rip off if you want to put music on an iPod which doesn't have the apple music features.