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How to play Music from the Music Player

The Music Player is where you control the music you are listening to. You can get to the Music Player several ways—from the Muve Music home screen, by pressing the Android menu button on your phone, or by tapping a song in My Music. If your phone has a Muve Music hard key, you can tap the button to get to the player when music is playing. 

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How to Download Music

Muve Music gives you millions of songs to choose from. Downloading them is easy, and you'll never have to wait for songs to buffer or endure music that skips. 

First, select Get Music from the Muve Music home screen. Browse through the categories, or if you've got something specific in mind, search using the track name, artist or album title. Tap the song and then select download. Hit the Jump button to see the new song in My Music. 

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How to use Super Play

Want to make a great playlist on the fly? Super Play gives you total control over your music playback experience by allowing you to select multiple songs and add them to your Music Player queue. 

From a list of tracks, select Super Play from the bottom right corner. Tap on the songs you want to add and then hit "done." You'll have the option to play those songs now, play them after the song you're already listening to wraps up, add them to the end of your queue, or replace your current queue all together. 

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How to Create a Playlist

Creating and managing your playlists has never been easier. Do it all straight from your phone with Muve Music. 

First, go to My Music and browse through your library. Tap the playlist action button at the bottom of the screen, and select the songs you'd like to add. Hit "done." Then, tap "create new playlist" and type in the name. Your playlist has now been saved to My Music, under the Playlist category. If you want to add songs later, tap "playlist" again, select your additional songs and then choose the existing playlist you want to add them to. 

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