So many, many of my files show up in loop on Vox for Mac. I have several playlists created, which is how I manage what I'm listening to.
I previously used iTunes Match which would sync music and playlists across devices. The moment it was connected, things started appearing, and download was a click or tap away.
On Vox, however, I see no way to get my tracks or playlists to appear on the phone. It's been about 5-6 days since setting everything up.
My only use-case for Vox in the first place was to return back to the seamless syncing and interface Apple *used* to have with iTunes Match. Add a track to one device and it's "immediately" available on the others.
So the question is, why won't my playlists and tracks appear on my phone? That seemed to be the point of Loop? Obviously, I am logged into the same account on both devices.
In an attempt to move off of iTunes completely, I have not linked Vox and iTunes on the Mac. Otherwise it would tell me a playlist with that name already exists. I've simply duplicated my playlists on Vox on the Mac. However, on the iPhone, all I get are the iTunes playlists left over from iTunes Match. When I hide iTunes music, I see a single "smart playlist" in Vox called "Downloaded Tracks", which is empty. Maybe the original iPhone iTunes playlists are interfering with my Vox playlists (duplicate names and tracks) that I created on the Mac?
Thanks for your help!