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During the WWDC 2015, Apple unveiled its first music streaming service, named Apple Music, as its reinvented way of offering songs on its handful of innovative mobile devices. Apple’s music subscription service which will cost user $9.99 bucks is a face-lift of Beats Music plus iTunes Radio. The Cupertino-based company bought the renowned headphones maker Beatsabout a year ago for $2 billion, part of the acquisition is the online music service and biggest yet in its history.

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The select subscription is exclusive for a month, Apple will as well offer family plan fit for up to six users to part a month subscription of $14.99. When Apple Music launches late this June, in over 100 countries, it will be available to users with a 3-month free trial but with some handful of limitations.

While it’s good on all your Apple gadgets, the streaming service will also be available for supported Android-powered devices. In addition to recommendations from more than 30 million titles, Apple Music will also include Beats 1 24/7 radio station and the Connect service in which artists can share exclusive tracks straight from their Apple smartphones.

Apple Music is said to directly compete with existing paid music streaming services such as the popular Spotify, Pandora and Tidal, the newest in the market.

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