Yesterday, Apple enabled spatial and lossless audio in Apple Music across its own platforms, with Android support coming soon.
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The HomePod and HomePod Mini won't be compatible with Apple Music’s coming Lossless offering, but a software update will fix that.
Apple’s push into hi-res, lossless, and spatial audio has already upended the market, with Amazon lowering its prices to match and Spotify in an uncertain place.
With news of the new capabilities leaking everywhere, Apple announced today that it is bringing lossless and spatial audio to Apple Music at no additional cost.
Amazon Music already offers a lossless streaming option, and Spotify said it will add one this year. But they’re about to get some new competition.
Google announced today that users with Google Assistant-based smart speakers and displays can now control Apple Music by voice.
A new report claims that online music streaming grew 32 percent in 2019 to 358 million subscribers. Spotify is the market leader.
Apple makes a nice little change to Apple Music, now groups all the different versions of an album into a single item on artist pages.
Amazon is poised to overtake Apple Music to become the second-biggest music streaming service in the world.
According to Neilsen, music streaming services grew 30 percent in the U.S. last year and hit one trillion streams for the first time.
Apple is looking to build the next-generation of Windows media apps for its services as the company pushes to get Apple TV+ on the Xbox.
Students with an Apple Music subscription will get Apple TV+ at no additional cost, paying only $4.99 a month for both Apple Music and Apple TV+.
Spotify has finally started testing Siri integration on iOS 13, letting users play music on Spotify with their voice.
Apple plays catch-up with Spotify, Amazon, and Google with brand new web player for Apple Music, now available in a public beta.
A new report says that Amazon is growing subscribers for its music service faster than market leaders Spotify and Apple.
There is not a person on earth who will mourn the passing of iTunes. Let’s look back at this terrible program and consider the future.
Apple could finally be getting rid of iTunes and replacing it with three new standalone apps on the Mac.
Apple is expected to introduce a new Apple Music and Apple TV app on macOS 10.15 next week. Here's your first look.
Billboard reports that Amazon plans to launch a free, ad-supported music streaming service similar to Spotify’s base offering.
Apple is working to bring standalone apps for Apple Music, Apple TV, Podcasts, and Books to the Mac.
Amazon Music doesn’t get a lot of attention, but it is most likely the third-largest digital music service by listeners.
Apple responded to Spotify’s complaint about its abusive business practices in the only way it can: Ineffectively.
Amazon and Apple are bringing support for Apple Music to Fire TV devices.
Google and Apple could be working on bringing official Apple Music integration to Google Home speakers.
Apple releases three new ads featuring Ariana Grande, Khalid, and Florida Georgia Line to promote Apple Music.
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.