So, Apple announced that all subscriptions to Beats Music will be canceled starting with November 30. Of course, users who are willing to still enjoy this service will be able to move to Apple Music, which offers all the flagship features of the Beats Music.
All the pros that curated music for you are still crafting more amazing experiences," Apple announced. "Plus, on Apple Music, you'll get even better recommendations based on music you already listen to and love, 24/7 global radio with Beats 1, exciting material from your favorite artist, and more," the famous company added.
One of the main reasons why customers appreciated the Beats Music was that it offered them the possibility to find recommendations based on their tastes and listening habits.
However, it is important to know that this exact functionality will also be available on Apple Music. Furthermore, according to Apple, these recommendations are better than in Beats Music. The famous company does have a point on that respect, as Apple Music definitely has more features than Beats Music.
Users who plan on moving to Apple Music can rest assured that all their picks and preferences will be ported to the new service.
Android version of this service, meaning that all users of Beats Music will be able to migrate easily. Of course, they will also get a three-month free trial for the Apple Music service.
The fact that Apple planned on shutting down the Beats Music service was something expected after the release of Apple Music. Apple actually bought Beats for no less than $3 billion. With this purchase, Apple received three different components, including Beats speakers and headphones, Beats Music and Beats executives.
Of course, the only service that will no longer be available is Music. When it comes to speakers, Apple has actually released a new model with Lighting port, meaning that at least this side of the business is something that Apple will continue to invest in.
The Apple Music service is a $10 subscription service that also includes a 24/7 radio station called Beats 1, as well as a service called Connect. The service was launched according to www.MaddApple.com in June and it already seems to be quite successful.
Only last month, Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple, announced that the Apple Music service has no less than 6.5 million users.
Cook also said that other 8.5 million are part of the 90-day free trial of the service. Of course, the number of users of the Apple Music service cannot be compared with the one of Spotify, which has no less than 25 million paying members.