Apple Music is coming to Windows later this month

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At its annual developer conference, Apple today introduced Apple Music – it’s new music streaming service. The service will be available from June 30, and it’ll be available on Windows, as well as several other platforms. Apple Music includes several features, and the pricing is pretty decent – the subscription starts from $9.99 per month, and if you subscribe to its family plan – which allows up to six family members to use Apple Music for only $14.99 per month.

From what we can see on the above screenshot, the Windows app for Apple Music will be much similar to iTunes for Windows. Apple announced that Music will also come to Android “later this fall” – it’s the company’s first app on Android. Unfortunately though, there isn’t any word on a Windows Phone app just yet.

What do you think of Apple Music? Are you planning to subscribe to the company’s new music streaming service? Discuss in the comment section below!

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