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Apple Music is a music streaming service launched in 2015 and provided by Apple. It is available by subscription for iOS and Android devices and in iTunes in over 100 countries. Offering over 60 million songs to listen, Apple Music features offline listening, Siri integration, and the Internet radio station.
When you want to share an interesting track with a friend, you need to remember which music streaming service he/she uses. After all, it doesn't make much sense to send a link from Apple Music to a Spotify lover.
Finally, Apple launched Apple One subscription in over 100 countries, ranging in price from the $14,95 Individual tier to the $29,95 Premier plans.
Apple launches Apple Music TV, an MTV-style streaming service with music videos, live shows, and various events that broadcast every day, 24 hours a day.
Recently, more and more users have been switching to music streaming services, and this is quite logical as you get access to a million tracks for a reasonable price. Today, we are comparing the two most popular services – Apple Music and YouTube Music.
Apple will present the brand-new service Apple One along with new iPhones this October. Apple One is subscription bundles, starting with a basic combo of Apple Music and Apple TV+. More expensive will add Apple Arcade, Apple News+, and extra iCloud storage.
Concentrating on work when you have to stay at home may be far too difficult, especially if your family or relatives are around. Listening to pleasant music can help, though, that’s why we chose some of the best playlists for you.
For a long time, Apple did not allow developers to use push notifications for advertising and promoting their products. For now, it is not prohibited, but it should be possible to disable these notifications at any time.