Now that we are nearing to the launch of Apple’s streaming music service, Apple Music alongside the iOS 8.4 final public roll out. And today the latest signs of the streaming music service continue to appear in betas of iOS 8.4 and iOS 9. Number of users running the pre-release software versions have shared screenshots showing the all new Radio tab in the Music app that displays a Beats 1 demo alongside a list of other stations and genres. Details on this topic can be grabbed right after this jump.
Gone live with the new Radio tab and Beats 1 pre-recording by DJ Zane Lowe for users in the United States, Canada, Germany, Norway, United Kingdom and select other countries, although it unclear whether these features of Apple Music will be available worldwide on June 30. Now that the search feature in the Radio tab is working for some users, but Beats 1 and other playlists can’t be listened as yet.
Screenshots cover a wide selection of genres and the curated playlists shown as well, including classic, indie, pop-hits, francophone hits and charting music. Searching for and tapping on an individual somg brings directly to the Apple Music subscription menu that began appearing earlier this month and has all the way revealing possible international prices of €9.99/£9.99 per month in Europe and as low as $2-$3 per month in some countries.
Announced last week, Apple Music as an all-in-one streaming music service station, live global radio station and social platform for artists to connect with fanfare. Subscription-based service will be initially available on 30th of June for $9.99 per month after preceeeding a free three-month trail period for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac and Windows PC. For Android and Apple TV versions of the service will be going live this fall.