Apple Music Is $10/Month
Apple today announced Apple Music, its new streaming music service. In addition to streaming the entire iTunes catalog, the service includes curated playlists. Apple Music Connect allows artists - large and small - to share with fans through a variety of media, including photos, short clips, and videos. Connect integrates with Facebook and has its own social features. A global radio station called "Beats 1" is also included. A section of the app is devoted to new music. Apple bought Beats - which had its own, similar streaming music service with curated playlists - one year ago. The app requires iOS 8.4. The service will cost $9.99 per month, or $14.99 for a family of up to six people. It will be available first on iOS, starting this month, followed by Android this fall. The first three months are free.
Apple Releases Apple Music for Android
Apple today published a beta version of Apple Music in the Google Play Store. The app offers owners of Android handsets Apple's monthly music service.
Apple Music for Android Updated to Match iOS 11
Apple today updated its Apple Music application for the Android platform in order to ensure the experience is similar to that of the revised iOS version. Android device owners have access to the same iOS 11 Apple Music discovery feature that allows people to create public profiles and share playlists.
Apple Releases Fourth iOS 8.4 Beta
Apple has made iOS 8.4 Beta 4 available to developers for testing. The latest iOS 8 beta adds a new version of the music application ahead of Apple Music's debut later this month.
Apple Music for Android Can Store Songs on Memory Cards
Apple updated its Apple Music application for Android devices and added the ability for users to store music on microSD cards for offline playback. This is chiefly important for devices that have limited on-board storage.
Apple Music for Android Adds Music Videos
Apple recently updated its Apple Music application for the Android platform and added access to music videos. Apple says thousands of music videos are now available to Android users, allowing subscribers to browse through new videos or search for specific songs or artists.
what about the saving music
Spotify is $10/mo too... so what does Apple bring us that doesn't already exist? besides a service for sycophants?
Moreover, Spotify has been running a promotion recently, which they send me nearly every day, that you can get premium content for only 99 cents a month.
This is just a 'me too' service it seems...
i dont plan on getting it but i see that being a big deciding factor for a few people due to the pricing being the same