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Apple Announces Music Streaming Service Apple Music With 24/7 Global Radio Station And More
Apple has announced the music streaming service called Apple Music at WWDC 2015. Apple has just modified the digital music streaming service with the iPod and iTunes.
The Apple Music will provide an access to unlimited music, but with a subscription of $9.99 per month, with the first three months for free. According to the company, Apple Music will provide all artists a way to engage with their audience along with 24x7 live global radio broadcasted from three cities.
Apple has come up with an interesting thing, even if you are not a member of the Apple Music service, you can still use the service to follow your favorite artists and listen to Beats for free.
"We have had a long relationship with music, and music has had a rich history of change, some of which we have played a part in," Apple CEO Tim Cook, spoke on stage at WWDC 2015.
The My Music features in the Apple Music will allow the users to access all the playlists that are in iTunes. A new "For You" features is included in the playlists, which lists the music on frequently played in the devices.
As expected, Apple has redesigned the iTunes Radio it with celeb artists like Dr. Dre, Will I Am, Pharrell, and Darke as DJs. Apple is also engaged the internet radio with BBC's Zane Lowe to help curate stations.
Apple Music will be available for iPhones, iPad and iPod touch running iOS 8.4 from June 30 in more than 100 countries. Moreover, the Apple Music service will be available on Windows and Android running devices later this fall.