Move over Spotify and Tidal; there’s a new music streaming service in town by the name of Apple Music.
Apple Music launches on June 30th, letting you stream music from your iTunes library as well as Apple’s own catalogue, which includes more than 30 million songs.
One of its most intriguing features is Beats1, an online radio station that offers news and interviews as well as an assortment of music. It will be anchored by the likes of Zane Lowe, Blame Ebro and Julie Adenuga.
There is a smattering of human curation, but Siri will also help you out when you’re looking for music. You can ask Siri to play the best songs from 1994, a number one song from a particular month, and more.
Apple Music will offer a 3-month free trial. After that, the service costs $9.99 a month. There will also be a family plan available for up to six family members for $14.99 a month.