At the WWDC 2015, Apple showcased its in-house streaming service — Apple Music. The company has recently initiated the roll out of fourth beta of iOS 8.4 to the developers and the new version includes the overhauled Apple Music application.
The sign-up page for Apple Music has started displaying to the Indian developers as well and it unveils the pricing for each plan as Rs. 120 per month for an individual and Rs. 180 per month for the entire family (up to six family members). Not just that, the company is also offering three months of trial service as well.
Interestingly, in the United States, Apple is charging $9.99 per month for an individual and $14.99 per month for a family. Apple Music houses 30 million songs, 24 hours radio ( 24/7 Beats 1?) and it will also allow user to build their own station by choosing songs, artists or albums. Although, the company has not revealed its plan to bring the entire library to India.
Apple Music will be rolling out to over 100 nations on June 30th, for its devices iPod touch, iPod, iPhone, iPad, PC and Mac. The app will debut on Android TV and Apple TV somewhere around September to November.