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Apple Music is finally here! Apple announced the music streaming service at its annual WWDC 2015, last month.
Now the company has rolled out the Apple Music with iOS 8.4 update. The Music streaming service is one of the most important update Apple has made after acquiring Beats Music since 2014. The new service will features a 24/7 Beats live radio dedicated entirely to music and will be broadcast in over 100 countries.
All Apple Music users will get a free streaming service for first three-month as a trial, later a paid subscription will be required to access the services. Apple Music subscription costs Rs. 120 per month for individual and Rs 190 per month for a family up to 6 users and can be used across many devices.
The iOS 8.4 update will feature a new Apple Music app, and has completely changed the Music app for better UI experience and easy of use. Here is all you need to know about the Apple Music app.
'For You' section in the Music app is where you can select artists, genres that you like to listen. Apple has added many genres in this section including Bollywood, Tamil Music, Indian Pop, Indian Classical, Sufi, Devotional and Spiritual along with usual genres.
The 'New' section in the Music app collects music from new artists, new albums from variety of genres.
The best part of the music app is Beats 24/7 Radio, and more than that it will be live streamed in India. The 'Radio' section in the app will broadcast Beats 24/7 Radio and also allows you to select from genres of music to stream and play.
The 'Connect' section in the app allows you to get information about the artists you have downloaded or like on iTunes earlier. You can also choose artists to follow and their music.
The 'My Music' section has all your earlier music from the Music app.