Apple Music—Apple’s music service is built right into the Music app that comes pre-installed on every iPhone and into iTunes. It’s not always free—eventually you have to subscribe for at least US$9.99/month—but the initial 90-day free trial lets you stream an unlimited number of songs and download them for offline listening. Watch out: if you don’t subscribe, you’ll lose the downloads. How to sign up for Apple Music
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Apple Music is here for iPhone and iPad, although iTunes users are, for the moment, unable to access the service. Apple’s new music service, its answer to Spotify, went online at 4pm on Tuesday afternoon.
The original iOS version of Apple Music received mixed reviews, with criticism directed towards a user interface deemed “not intuitive” and a “mess”. It received praise for playlist curation. In iOS 10, the app received a significant redesign, which received mostly positive reviews for an updated interface with less clutter, improved navigation, and bigger emphasis on users’ libraries. Apple Music’s use of iCloud for a technology that attempts to match uploaded songs to those found on the service caused significant issues for some users, with duplicate songs, missing tracks, and synchronization problems, to which Apple offered no comment or acknowledgement. It also received criticism for reportedly deleting users’ local music, though publications have disagreed on the cause. In its first year, there were reports of user-uploaded content being replaced by versions locked with digital rights management, an issue later fixed. Additionally, Apple Music’s use of album exclusives caused backlash and criticism from record labels, prompting the company to scale back its exclusivity efforts.