Apple Music

New Users from Select Countries Can Get Free Apple Music for Six Months

New Users from Select Countries Can Get Free Apple Music for Six Months

Apple is giving people yet another reason to switch to Apple Music. The Cupertino company has started offering a 6-months free trial for all new Apple Music subscribers. In order to avail of this offer, you need to take a detour and go via Shazam app. In all likelihood, it is yet another way for Apple to popularise Shazam, which it has acquired in 2018.

Apple Is Testing “Apple Music for Business” for Retailers like Harrods

Apple Is Testing “Apple Music for Business” for Retailers like Harrods

Apple is testing a new version of Apple Music for retailers. The service is called Apple Music for Business and aims at offering retail partners access to Apple Music in their stores. The Wall Street Journal has reported that Apple is testing music streaming service for Business for the past six months.

Apple Music Now Available on the Web

Apple Music Now Available on the Web

Apple today launched a beta version of Apple Music on the web. What this means is that you no longer need to rely on iTunes or the Music app in macOS Catalina to stream music from a PC.

Porsche Taycan EV Will Come with Apple Music Integration

Porsche Taycan EV Will Come with Apple Music Integration

Apple and Porsche have announced a partnership that will see the latter integrate Apple Music with its upcoming Taycan EV. What this means is that Taycan owners will be able to directly playback content from Apple Music without having to connect their iPhone to the car first.

Apple’s Mastered for iTunes is now Apple Digital Masters

Apple’s Mastered for iTunes is now Apple Digital Masters

Apple has announced a new initiative called “Apple Digital Masters.” Earlier, the company was running a program called Mastered for iTunes. It seems like Apple has rebranded the Mastered for iTunes into Apple Digital Masters.

Apple Might Reduce Apple Music Trial to One-Month

Apple Might Reduce Apple Music Trial to One-Month

Apple has always been generous when it comes to Apple Music trial. Currently, the company is offering 3-month of trial for regular users and 6-month trial for students. However, this will seemingly change according to a new banner on Apple’s website.

Apple Music Is Now Offering 6-Month Free Trial for Students

Apple Music Is Now Offering 6-Month Free Trial for Students

Apple used to offer three months of Apple Music trial for all users. Now Apple has announced that it will double the trial period for students. Henceforth, those who register to students plan will get 6-month of the free trial.

How to Open Spotify Links Directly in Apple Music

How to Open Spotify Links Directly in Apple Music

Because of the platform advantage, Apple Music works better on the iPhone and iPad. But like me, you might still prefer Spotify’s app design and playlist curation. So you end up using two services for two different purposes. But what happens if you want to open a Spotify song or album in Apple Music without the manual search. Thankfully there’s a shortcut for that. Here’s how you can open Spotify link directly in Apple Music using Shortcuts.

Apple Sued for Reportedly Selling iTunes User Data

Apple Sued for Reportedly Selling iTunes User Data

It feels like almost every single day, Apple gets sued for something. We previously reported on a widow winning a case over access to her dead husband’s iCloud account, as well as the “Apple Monopoly” case where Apple has been accused of creating a monopoly over the App Store. Now it’s time for yet another lawsuit, this time over privacy.

Lawsuit Claims Apple, Google Running ‘Massive Music Piracy Operation’

Lawsuit Claims Apple, Google Running ‘Massive Music Piracy Operation’

The estate of Harold Arlen is suing Amazon, Apple, Google, Microsoft, and Pandora for selling unauthorized recordings of the artist’s music. Harold Arlen is known for composing Over the Rainbow in 1939 which was later named as the “Song of the Century” along with music for the 1954 remake of A Star is Born, The Wizard of Oz, and more. The lawsuit alleges a “massive music piracy operation” by Apple, Amazon, Google, and others.