Apple announced that more than 11 million users subscribed for Apple Music. The service launched just over a month ago and offers three months trial before the billing begins.
The number is impressive, but we shouldn't forget it's a free trial and nobody has been charged for the service yet. But Apple says 2 million of those 11 million subscribers have opted for the Family plan, which allows for up to six people to share one Apple Music subscription.
Apple is targeting lots of different groups worldwide and is really trying to expand the Apple Music reach before the first trials are over. Its toughest competitor is Spotify and recently both companies had some arguments leading Spotify to file a complaint to the FTC.
Whatever turns out, Apple Music is surely sticking around. If you haven't yet, you should definitely give it a try. After all three months of free trial is more than enough to decide whether it's for you or not.
After that Apple Music Individual plan costs $9.99 in the USA, €9.99 in most of the EU countries, €4.99 in Bulgaria and Romania, £9.99 in the UK, and there are even some markets in Asia where you can get it as low as $2.99.
I prefer iTunes than Apple Music. Those 2 are different.
80% will make or have another account to get another 3 months free and 10% will buy it and 60% will stick with what they have.
Not really. Apple Music is available for multiple platforms already.