iPhone Music Pet Peeve

Posted on 2013-08-30
Medium Priority
Last Modified: 2013-08-31
Sometimes when in the gym and trying to navigate my music - I hit something that puts me into Apples store (see attached photo).  Once there I can't get out of the store.  I end up going to the home screen and back into music and then somehow I wind up working my way back to my music.  I almost never want to be in the Apple store.  Is there any way I can avoid getting into that trap?  And is there a quick and painless way to get back to my music??
Question by:amigan_99
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terencino earned 2000 total points
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Double-clicking the Home button will show at the bottom of the screen all the apps that are running, just click on the Music icon and it will take you back where you left. Try and stay in the Now Playing screen to avoid hitting the dreaded Store button, better still avoid the Music app altogether and get another app like CarTunes which has no Store button at all, and you can still access all your playlists etc.
Hope that helps

Expert Comment

ID: 39455007
A lot of people don't give Siri a shot.
If you have a newer apple headset hit the middle button (which a lot of people don't even know about) and tell siri to launch music .

Hands free!

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ID: 39455224
Perfect.  Thank you!

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