Music Unites Africa and The Neo-Afrikan Voices Become Apple News Publishers!

Music Unites Africa is pleased to announce the launch of our Apple News channel. What this means is that Apple News subscribers can now access exclusive premium-editorials from Music Unites Africa and the Neo-African Voices directly on your iPhones/iPads/iPods. Simply search for "Music Unites Africa" on your Apple News app or click here to subscribe now. Apple News reaches out to over 40-million daily active users, so don't forget to add "Music Unites Africa" to your list of favorite channels for easier access. 

DON'T KNOW HOW TO GET APPLE MUSIC (Outside the USA, UK & Australia)?

DON'T KNOW HOW TO GET APPLE MUSIC (Outside the USA, UK & Australia)?

Follow these simple steps to get it now on your iPhones, iPads and iPods (iOS 9 and above):-

 

  1. Launch Settings from your Home screen.

  2. Tap on General.

  3. Tap on Language and Region.
  4. Tap on Region.
  5. Search for, or scroll down to find United States, United Kingdom, or Australia.
  6. Tap on United States, United Kingdom, or Australia.
  7. Tap Done. 
  8. Tap Continue to confirm that you want to change your region.
Your iPhone or iPad will now be set to the U.S., UK, or Australia and that should cause the Apple News app to appear on the next available slot on your Home screen. If it doesn't, you can try rebooting.

How to set the preferred language order after you change your iPhone or iPad's region

NOTE: When you change the region of your iPhone or iPad, it will automatically add a new language to your operating system. If the current language is not your native one, you can reorder the language settings:
  1. Launch Settings from your Home screen.

  2. Tap on General.

  3. Tap on Language and Region.
  4. Tap Edit in the upper right corner of the screen.
  5. Drag your native language to the top of the list.
  6. Tap Done in the upper right corner of the screen.
  7. Tap Continue to confirm the language reorder.
This will allow you to keep your native language for most content. Apps and websites that do not support your native language (like the News app) will switch over to the secondary language when you open them.
Taste the Feeling and Share a Coke with Music Unites Africa

Taste the Feeling and Share a Coke with Music Unites Africa