iTunes update brings Apple Music to your Mac

iTunes update brings Apple Music to your Mac

Apple has just released iTunes 12.2 for OS X users. Together with the update, Apple has introduced desktop support for Apple’s new Music service.  Apple Music has launched today as part of iOS 8.4 and allows iTunes users to listen to unlimited music and much more. The service also comes with Connect, a ‘music’ social network where you can follow all your favourites artists and also Beats 1, Apples worldwide radio.

The update can be downloaded through Mac App Store. You just need to open the ‘App Store’ and you will get a warning that there is an update available. Apple will also be releasing a new version of iTunes 12.2 for Windows users.

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The service costs just $9.99 per month for the basic plan or $14.99 per month for the family plan. Apple is offering a free three-month trial, starting from today, to all Apple customers.

A subscription is required if you are planning to use all of Apple Music’s features. The subscription gives you the ability to listen to unlimited music, skip as many songs as you want, and save music offline so you can listen when you don’t have an Internet connection. If you don’t sign up for a membership and sign in with your Apple ID, you will just be able to listen to the Beats 1 worldwide radio station, and follow your favourite artists on Connect.

Category Apple, iOS, News

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