Apple Music

  • WWDC 16: Apple Unveils iOS 10, Swift Playgrounds, More

    … that will scan a user’s photos and videos and create collections related to specific events. Each Memory will contain a Memory Movie, an automatically created movie with theme music, titles and cinematic transitions. The Apple Music app will be redesigned to make it easier for users to navigate and discover new music. The Library, For You, Browse and Radio…

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  • Facebook, Messenger Shine in Nielsen’s Top Apps of 2015

    …, at 31 percent, outpacing second-place Apple Music (26 percent). Nielsen said 80 percent of U.S. mobile subscribers owned smartphones as of the end of September, up from 78 percent at the beginning of 2015, adding that 53 percent of smartphone users accessed their apps via Android, while 43 percent did so via iOS, 3 percent via Windows Phone and just 0.7 percent for BlackBerry. Readers: Did any of Nielsen’s findings surprise you? …

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  • The killer user experience: Apple Music

    … on the “regular” radio. I’m convinced that listening to mostly commercials and the same number one hit played every 20 minutes is the leading cause of road rage. Enter Apple Music to save the day. Enter a seriously great user experience (UX). While there are plenty of critics, my marketing eyes (and ears) are constantly being dazzled. Here’s why…

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  • Apple Takes Over the World: 3 Hot Takes From WWDC

    … 1. There are worse things in the world than being number two to Apple. Let’s start with the big announcement that has many people declaring Spotify dead in the water: Apple Music. Being perceived as second-best is often cast in a traumatic light, like being left without a lunch table in middle school (hi, Microsoft!), but it’s not the worst…

    The Content Strategist- 21 readers -
  • WWDC: Apple Unveils Apple Music, Beats 1 Radio, Connect

    … service, live worldwide radio and an exciting way for fans to connect with artists. The new Apple Music will be available in over 100 countries starting June 30, 2015.. The service will be available as a free trial for the first three months, which increases to $9.99 per month thereafter. Alternatively, families can purchase a family plan for $14.99 per month, offering service for up to six family members, each with their own profiles. Images courtesy of Apple. …

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