WWDC 2015 Recap: Apple Music
Like many rumors have suggested, Apple has announced a new music streaming service. It’s called Apple Music. Like Spotify, it costs $9.99 a month and allows you to pick from a wide range of artists with their many labels that they’ve signed a deal with. iTunes Radio is still available for free. However, this is something a level up, allowing you to pick your own songs. There is a three month free trial of the service for those who aren’t sure if they want to use it or not. Apple takes a totally different take on streaming music. This is more of a social platform for artists who can share lyrics, behind the scenes videos, and other content.
On top of streaming, there's also a radio service. It's called Beats 1. It's a 24/7 radio and is available worldwide. Apple Music will be available on June 30th with iOS 8.4. It will also come to OS X and Windows with an iTunes update. Apple Music will also be available on Android. If you don't want to pay, you will still be able to access exclusive artist content and Beats 1.