Customers using iPads or iPhones may have trouble finding the backing tracks downloaded due to the IOS file system. It is recommended that users of these devices download files to a cloud based system such as iCloud, Drop Box or Google Drive
As mentioned above, there is no accessible file system on iOS, which means we can’t just download files to a default Documents folder or similar on the drive. Apple has made the lack of accessible file system a little easier to swallow over the past couple years, specifically with the expansion of iCloud services but also with iCloud Drive, a front facing app for most files stored in iCloud.
Apple has also opened things up to third-party applications. Dropbox is probably the most familiar name in the space. Google Drive is also a popular option, and for those users who have limited iCloud storage, these two services might be the best options to download files.
By default, these files won’t be on the device. They will be stored in the cloud and accessible from the device, and in some cases, users will be able to download them for offline access. In which case, they will be on the device itself as well.
In summary if using an iPad or iPhone please be extra wary of where the files are downloaded