Apple Music’s U.S. Subscriber Count Reportedly Overtakes Spotify

Spotify and Apple Music are two of the biggest music streaming services in the world. Spotify remains on top but it appears that Apple Music has been able to make a dent in one of the most lucrative markets for music streaming. According to a new report, Apple Music’s subscriber count in the United States has now overtaken Spotify.


Apple Music Might Get Chromecast Support

It seems that Apple Music might get support for Chromecast eventually. It’s a feature that many users have been waiting for. Some lines of code have been discovered in the Android app for Apple’s music streaming service which suggests that it may be updated with support for Chromecast. The lines of code reference support for Chromecast, in addition to some code that has been added through recent updates.


Apple Music Has Been Installed On 40 Million Android Devices

We know that some of you might have cringed a little when Apple announced that they would be launching Apple Music on Android. This is because of the divide between iOS and Android users, where it is very rare to see Apple bring its services to competing platforms. However, it’s not surprising as we imagine that Apple will probably want to attract as many customers as possible.


Amazon Fire TV Picks Up Support For Apple Music

Apple Music has gradually been making its way to more platforms. Amazon’s Echo speakers picked up support for the music streaming service in December last year, allowing users to stream music from the service on-demand. It’s now possible for Amazon Fire TV users to do the same.


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‘Bug’ Caused Apple Music To Appear On Google Home’s App

The other day we reported that it looked as though Apple Music integration could soon be finding its way into Google Home. This is thanks to a sighting in the Google Home app in which it listed Apple Music as being available, although at that time it did not seem to work. This led to speculation that Apple Music could be coming soon to Google Home.


Apple Music Integration Could Be Coming To Google Home

The problem with Apple’s walled garden approach is that it makes it hard to buy outside products and accessories. Take for example speaker systems such as Sonos where at the start, Apple Music was not supported (it is now). While you could stream it through Bluetooth, it wasn’t integrated the same way as other services such as Spotify.


Apple Will Let Users Gift Apple Music Subscriptions To Their Friends

While a subscription to Apple Music isn’t particularly expensive, we understand that there might be some hesitation when it comes to signing up for a subscription. That’s why Apple Music is giving users a free three-month trial to test out the service before signing up, but in case that wasn’t enough, not to worry.


Apple Has A Star-Studded Event Planned For The 25th Of March

Sometimes Apple holds an event in the early part of the year where they announce hardware refreshes for existing products. In a new report from Bloomberg, it seems that Apple will indeed be hosting such an event this year, but this time it could be a slightly different event as it will be quite a star-studded one.


Apple Music Users Can Stream Free Over Wi-Fi On American Airlines

Gone are the days where you would be cut off from the internet when flying on an airplane. Most major airlines have equipped their aircraft with in-flight Wi-Fi functionality, granted, it comes at a price. If you’d like to stream music via Apple Music while flying without having to pay for in-flight Wi-Fi, then book your next flight with American Airlines.


Apple Music Support For Android Tablets Now Exits Beta

Designing apps for tablets is not as easy as you might think. Tablets have a larger display which means that you can’t just scale up an app for smartphones and stuff it into a tablet. However due to the way we interact with our tablets, you can’t design a UI that you would normally use on a laptop or desktop computer either.


Some Verizon Unlimited Plans Will Include Apple Music Subscription

Compared to buying your music a la carte, subscribing to a music streaming service can be cheaper because for around $10 a month, you will get unlimited access to songs whenever and wherever you are. However if $10 a month is a bit too dear for your liking, not to worry because Verizon might have you covered.


Apple Music Will Arrive For Third-Party Alexa Devices

A few days ago it was reported that Apple Music would now be supported by Amazon’s Echo devices, meaning that if you wanted to stream and control Apple Music playback via your Echo speakers, you could. However at that time it was stated that this was only for Amazon’s Echo speakers.


How To Add Songs To Apple Music

Music streaming services offer a convenient way for people to listen to music on the go as it means being able to access a library of songs numbering in the tens or even hundreds of thousands. Unfortunately due to licensing reasons, as much as streaming services try, sometimes there will be instances that the song you want is not available. If you are an Apple Music user, this is how […]


Apple Music Now Supported By Amazon’s Echo Speakers

Amazon has their own music streaming service and we’re sure that the company would love if all users were to sign up for it. However the reality is that many of us are subscribed to multiple platforms, like Mac users who own Android devices, or iPhone users who subscribe to Spotify, and so on.