Apple Music is now available on iOS and the desktop
Apple Music is now officially available to download via the iOS 8.4 update for your mobile, but that’s now all – you can now access it on the desktop too through iTunes for Windows and Mac.
You’ll be able to stream the entire iTunes Library, as well as Beats 1: Apple’s 24-hour internet station hosted by Zane Lowe. Not only this, but you’ll be able to access all the music you’ve previously purchased too, meaning what you stream and what you own are conveniently stored in the same place.
Apple Music is free for the first three months so you can trial the service and see if you like it and if it’s worthy of moving away from one of the other online music subscription services. If you do decide to sign up for it, then Apple Music will set you back $10 per month, or $15 per month for a family option.
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