Apple releases three new ads featuring Ariana Grande, Khalid, and Florida Georgia Line to promote Apple Music.
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Apple’s products and services tend to sell better in the home market than elsewhere in the world. But the HomePod is an exception.
Apple Music subscribers will be able to stream music from the service for free over American Airlines in-flight Wi-Fi.
Apple and Verizon team up to give Verizon Unlimited customers free access to Apple Music in the U.S.
Earlier this week, we learned that Apple’s iTunes and AirPlay services are coming to Samsung smart TVs. But it’s not just Samsung.
Apple Music is coming to the Amazon Echo and other Alexa-powered smart devices, starting December 17.
Spotify introduces numerous improvements to its premium service to offer a more personalized experience.
Apple wants to stay away from violence, sex, politics, and religion for its original shows.
Apple starts rolling out new Friends Mix playlist for Music subscriber as Tim Cook raises concerns about humanity in music.
This is an astonishing example of Apple's popularity in its home market, given that Spotify is outperforming Apple Music handily in all other markets.
Last year, streaming music revenues surpassed those of other formats. But we're losing something important in this transition.
Spotify announced today that it has 170 million active users, 75 million of which are paying for its premium subscription service.
The European Commission announced today that it has launched "an in-depth investigation" of Apple's proposed acquisition of Shazam.
Apple quietly updated its Apple Music app on Android this week to add support for music videos.
Apple Music gained 2 million subscribers in a month while Spotify continues to lead.
Spotify this week said that it now has 40 million paying subscribers, up from 30 million in March. That means that the music subscription service is growing well over twice as fast as its closest competitor, Apple Music.
In the coming weeks, both Amazon and Pandora are expected to upend the digital music industry and offer streaming services to consumers that start at just $5 per month. Will this be enough to disrupt the market leaders?
Apple just delivered its first major app for Android, Apple Music, bringing the new music service to the largest mobile ecosystem, at least in beta form.
As expected, Apple today announced a new music subscription service, Apple Music, which will replace Beats Music and be available on popular desktop and mobile platforms.