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Why can't I download songs directly to my iPhone or iPad?

Last Updated: Mar 17, 2016 09:59AM EDT
Thanks for asking! We would love to make this happen, and are working on giving you better mobile access to Drip. Apple's iPhone currently supports two methods for putting audio files (MP3, AIFF, WAV, ALAC) into the iTunes player on the device: 1. Purchasing songs from the iTunes mobile store and 2. Transferring files from the desktop.

So at the moment, you'll have to download songs from Drip to your desktop and then open them on your device. If you wish to play audio outside of the iTunes app from your iPhone, you can do so through Dropbox, Evernote, or other such files, but you also must download them to your desktop first. 

Thanks so much for your understanding, and please shoot us a note if you'd like to see more mobile features.
 

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