Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Apple Making New Beats Music Service for iOS, OS X, And Android?!

According to 9to5Mac, Apple will make a Beats music streaming service that will be integrated in iOS and OS X. Strangely enough, Apple will be making an app for Android as well. That's something I'd never thought I'd hear myself say. The service could cost $7.99 a month, cheaper than Beats Music and other competitors' price of $9.99.
"Based heavily upon cloud streaming, Apple’s new service is centered around the user’s music library. A new search feature will be able to locate any song in the iTunes/Beats catalog, and users will be able to stream music from the catalog as well as add songs to their personal libraries. Users will be able to select specific tracks to store on their iOS devices and/or computers, or keep all songs solely in the cloud. Apple will also deeply integrate Beats Music’s Playlists, Activities, and Mixes features into the new service, letting users access a vast array of pre-made, human-curated playlists to fit various activities."

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