Up to this point, Drake’s album, Views, held onto the title for most first-day streams of a new release. But that record has been broken. (Views still has records to be excited about, though.)
A leaked internal email from Apple last week revealed that it had over 40 million paid Apple Music subscribers — up by 2 million from 38 million just 2 months. This has led to analyst Ben Schachter of Macquarie Capital estimate that Apple Music will post an average annual growth of 40 percent over the next three years.
Oliver Schusser is Now Leading Apple Music Worldwide Division as the Service Passes 40 Million Subscribers
Earlier this month, an Apple executive revealed that Apple Music has 40 million subscribers. Looks like that’s already changed.
Apple Music has been tallying up paid subscribers on a regular basis ever since its debut, and now Apple can say it’s reached a pretty big milestone.
Apple is currently preparing the iOS 11.3 update. Ahead of the big release, the company has outed the slightly revamped version of Apple Music app with a dedicated “Music Videos” section under the Browse tab.
Apple Music touched the 30 million subscribers mark in September last year. The company has since added 8 million users taking the total number of subscribers beyond 38 million as of today. It is worth noting that the company has added 2 million in the past month alone.
Apple today released a new update to the Apple Music app for Android which “significantly improves stability.” The latest version of the app also makes it more reliable to playback music videos on more devices.
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The HomePod serves as the middleman between two of the largest streaming music platforms in this write-up.