iTunes gift cards are a very popular gift to give to people that have Apple devices. The gift cards can be used to purchase music, movies, apps and more. But occasionally there will be a specific album that you want to give to someone, and you would prefer to send that specific album as a gift instead of a gift card.
You can gift an album from the iTunes Store on your iPhone, and the gift will be emailed to the person on a day that you specify. To learn how to gift an album from your iPhone you can follow the steps in our guide below.
Gifting an iTunes Album from your iPhone
These steps were performed in the iTunes app in iOS 8. Steps in earlier versions of iOS may be different.
You will need to have an iTunes account with a form of payment in order to gift an album. You can read about updating or changing iTunes payment information here. Additionally, you will need to know the email address for the iTunes account of the person to whom you wish to give the gift.
Step 1: Open the iTunes Store app.
Step 2: Navigate to the album that you want to give as a gift.
Step 3: Touch the Share icon at the top-right corner of the screen.
Step 4: Select the Gift option.
Step 5: Enter the email address of the person to whom you want to send the gift, then add a message, if desired.
Step 6: Scroll down and select the day on which the gift should be delivered, then tap the Next button at the top-right corner of the screen.
Step 7: Select a theme for the gift, then tap the Next button.
Step 8: Tap the Buy button at the top-right corner of the screen, then tap the Buy button again to confirm the purchase.
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For more information about giving iTunes gifts, visit Apple’s support page.
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