If you haven’t heard about Apple’s new Apple Music app, it’s because you’re missing out on all the new features.
The new app is available to download and install on iPhones, iPads and iPod touchs, and it lets you listen to tracks from over 100 music streaming services including Spotify, Rdio, Apple Music, Pandora and more.
And Apple is bringing it all together in one place, so you can stream your music from any of these services to your Apple TV or other Apple devices without having to switch between apps.
Why is Apple’s Music app worth checking out?
If you’re a fan of streaming music services like Spotify, Apple’s music apps will have you hooked.
There are over 200 different music services available on the Apple Music App, which is available for free to download.
You can listen to a wide range of artists and artists on the Spotify app and then listen to that same artist on your Apple Music device for free.
You’ll also be able to access Spotify on Apple TV as well as through other Apple TV apps, like iHeartRadio, Tidal and more, all of which are available to listen to for free on the App.
Apple also recently added support for Spotify on its iPad, iPhone and Mac.
If you’re not a music fan, Apple offers a free version of its popular Apple Music service called the Music app.
This free version lets you play tracks from more than 20 different artists.
The Apple Music subscription plan, which lets you buy and listen to unlimited music, also lets you add music to a subscription.
Apple is also releasing a new music streaming service called Beats Music.
Beats Music is available on all major streaming services, including Spotify and Apple Music.
It will cost $9.99 a month for a one-month subscription.
Beats will allow you to listen for free, which means that you’ll be able access songs from the likes of Drake, Kanye West and more to listen as well.
It will be worth checking these new Apple music streaming apps out to get a feel for what you can listen and listen free to, and for the potential to make some money as a result.