Play count not updating itunes match

The play counter in i Tunes is one of its most overlooked features, and it is quite easy to see why given that it appears relatively unimportant.Even i OS devices, like i Phones and i Pads, don’t display how many times you’ve played a track.It might take some time for i Tunes Match to upload your music from i Tunes on a Mac or PC to i Cloud Music Library.If you don't see your music on another device right away, check back later.I had a little free time last night so I wrote a script to update these attributes for me!It is written in JScript/Java Script and uses the i Tunes COM Interface to communicate with your device and the i Tunes Library.

In all fairness, Apple didn’t make i Tunes Match clearly usable. You should now see tracks that were not on your i Phone (but on the i Tunes library).i Tunes Match was introduced way back in 2011 and to this day it’s an enigmatic feature.For those who use it correctly, it’s a fantastic way to get the best-quality songs on all of their connected devices.If you're an Apple Music member, you don't need to subscribe to i Tunes Match unless you still need to access your music on an Apple TV (2nd or 3rd generation).Information about products not manufactured by Apple, or independent websites not controlled or tested by Apple, is provided without recommendation or endorsement.

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