Apple Music, the digital music streaming service that Apple announced during WWDC 2015, will be rolled out tomorrow as a part of iOS 8.4 update to compatible devices.
Ian Rogers, Senior Director of Apple Music, revealed this information through Twitter. Apple Music will also include a worldwide radio station, Beats 1, and users from over 100 countries will be able to stream music through iOS, Mac, and Windows devices. Beats 1 radio station will be hosted by DJ Zane Lowe from Los Angeles.
@maurocorvino Update your phone at 8am. Zane's show starts at 9am PT.
— ian c rogers (@iancr) June 28, 2015
Apple Music will be free for the first three months, after which users will have to shell out $9.99 per month for individual accounts or $14.99 for a family account. Users will have access to over 30 million music tracks, much higher than what any other music streaming service offers in India, and comparable to the ones like Spotify and Rdio.
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