Apple WWDC: Apple Music longs to create an ecosystem of connected music lovers
Alongside other announcements made at the Worldwide Developers Conference held in San Francisco, Apple Music also got announced at the mega event. Apple confirmed that the music streaming service will stream 24 hours of non-stop music and connect its users with their favorite artists. The service is all set to have a go from June 30 in over 100 countries for $10 a month and in a family plan (up to 6 people) too which will be at $15.
Not only will the service come for Apple iOS and Mac users, but also for Android and PC users later this year. Apple is also speculated to bring the service as default for Beats Music services. Apple wants to make this service a small social-networking ecosystem where artists can share their behind the scenes videos, pictures or anything else with the audience.
Siri is going to be an integral part of Apple Music as it will try to filter out results and suggest music depending on your likes and dislikes. The music that you have ripped from iTunes Store and the huge collection of Apple Music’s own catalog ensures that you are never left dry when it comes to enjoying your favorite melodies. For those who have hard time compiling their own playlists, Apple has that sorted too, with experts who create well-tailored playlists based on your particular preferences.