Spotify, the largest competitor to Apple Music, has just released a major update to the platform, specifically for paying subscribers.
Many of the music streaming services out there offer some kind of incentive to try and sway customers in their direction, and SoundCloud is looking to do the same with its newest feature addition.
Over the weekend it was reported that Apple had acquired yet another startup in an effort to improve the Apple Music service.
Genius has been known as a go-to source for song lyrics for many years, and now Apple Music subscribers will gain access to the platform’s database.
If there was ever any question as to why Apple might want to get into the streaming music market, the latest data from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) may shed some light on that.
Earlier this week, Google made it easy for CarPlay users to use a new navigational option with CarPlay (following the update to iOS 12), and now it looks like Apple is giving Android Auto folks another streaming platform to listen to while in the car.
Depending on how often you use Pandora, the streaming music platform’s latest addition might be one of its best.
Apple is rolling out 116 “Daily Top 100” charts in Apple Music. The charts will be refreshed every day at 12 a.m. PST, and it will be available for Apple Music users across the globe.
Back in September of last year, Spotify and Hulu announced a partnership that saw students getting both services for just $5 per month.
Apple Music has seen a pretty massive shift this month, one that Apple has been expecting for quite some time.