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Apple shutting down Beats Music on Nov. 30

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Apple’s #BeatsMusic will supposedly shut down on the 30th of November, with all subscriptions being canceled on the very same day. This move comes as #AppleMusic becomes more mainstream and Apple looks to avoid redundancy and confusion among the customers. Although subscriptions will be canceled, users will be able to switch over their preferences to Apple

Apple Music already has 6.5 million paid customers

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Most early adopters of #AppleMusic recently saw their free trial period ending, which meant that they had to start paying $9.99 per month for an individual subscription or $14.99 per month for a family of six. Understandably, people were skeptical about the success of Apple Music once the paid model kicked in and clearly many

Apple Music got more than 10 million subscribers in the first month: Report

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Apple Music was an instant hit with early users although there were a few complaints with regards to the functionality of the service. However, there’s no denying that Apple has been very successful in getting users to start using its free music streaming service, although the allure was the 3-month free trial for many. A new report

Pharrell Williams’ new single ‘Freedom’ will be an Apple Music exclusive

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Apple Music has received some flak over the past few days over the royalty issues with some of the artists. But with those issues having been dealt with, the company will offer Pharrell Williams‘ new single, ‘Freedom‘ exclusively on Apple Music starting June 30. This is a big partnership for Apple as it looks to get more users hooked

Apple Music will let you store music for offline playback

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Apple announced the Apple Music service during the WWDC event last morning. The company however didn’t answer a few questions that left us wondering. One of the pertinent questions that was bugging me personally was that whether the service will offer support for offline music playback. This has now been answered by Apple in a statement provided to

Apple’s music streaming service to launch with a three-month free trial

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According to a report from The Financial Times, Apple’s rumored music streaming service will launch with a three-month free trial, to lure customers in. It is said that post the three month trial period, Apple will charge customers the standard $9.99 fee that is charged by other music streaming services in the world today. It