Much like the anticipated Google+ with social media, Apple Music was a thinly veiled attempt to monopolize the music streaming industry. As Spotify and Apple-product lovers, we naturally had to put it to the test. And so, the Apple Music Experiment was born. If you’ve been following our journey, you know how the app itself and the content of the app fare with its users. Today, we’ll share Part 3 of our Experiment: Is Apple Music better than other services?
Much like the anticipated Google+ with social media, Apple Music was a thinly veiled attempt to monopolize the music streaming industry. As Spotify and Apple-product lovers, we naturally had to put it to the test. And so, the Apple Music Experiment was born. Today we discuss Part 2 of our Experiment, check out the nitty gritty details of what’s actually offered, and compare the offerings to other products on the market.
Back in 2003, Apple saved a dying industry from music piracy with iTunes. Now, 12 years later, we don’t care to purchase or pirate our music – we stream it. To combat this and stay in the game, they released Apple Music: a streaming service that integrates iTunes purchasing and storage, and throws in an international 24/7 radio feature. But was it too little too late?
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