As of Friday, you will need to shell out for an Apple Music subscription if you want to listen to your favorite stations. Try to launch an iTunes Radio station on your Apple device or your computer, and you'll now be prompted to subscribe to Apple Music. Launched in , iTunes Radio had been a free, ad-supported way to listen to stations devoted to specific artists and genres. But as announced earlier this month, Apple has turned off the free tap as of Friday. There seem to be a few exceptions. With live broadcasts of music picked by DJs, the Beats 1 station is still accessible. But all the other music stations I tried were unavailable unless I popped for an Apple Music subscription. A subscription is free for 90 days. For a decade, Apple was the dominant force in digital music thanks to downloads from its iTunes store. As music streaming has gained popularity through services such as Pandora and later Spotify, Apple has played catch-up.
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Apple singlehandedly turned the digital music marketplace on its head when it launched the iTunes Store in Since then, the iTunes Store has evolved into Apple Music , a music streaming service to compete with the likes of Spotify, Tidal, and other services. Our guide to everything Apple Music can help set the record straight. What the heck is this thing? Apple Music combines subscription-based music streaming with global radio-like programming. The Music app, which is how you use the service, comes pre-installed on all new iPhones, iPads, iPod touches, and Macs. You can also access Apple Music on the web at music. Not at all. The iTunes Store is now a section of the Music app and you can still buy music there. If the iTunes Store is about buying music, then what is Apple Music about?