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Temas de interés While it installs and the Apple Music app replaces Music on your iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, let’s take a look at what those who had a chance to test the service before its release say.
We have the typical journalists of the technological world but it is also curious how Apple has invited others specialized in the music sector. As the Apple Watch showed, technology is abandoning its technological stronghold and starting to invade everything.
Walt Mossberg of ReCode
Cupertino’s longest serving reporter has answered the million dollar question, well, more like the question of the $120 a year service costs . Is it worth it?
But not everything is a path of roses, Apple Music seems complicated to use :
Christina Warren of Mashable
For Warren, it’s just the opposite. This is an app full of features that somehow Apple has managed to get into without looking like a disaster. In general, he likes it better than the previous music app . But what really stands out is the “For You” section:
Brenna Ehrlich from MTV
In the music publication they tell us eleven reactions to Apple Music that the author had. An article reinforced with GIFs that ends up having a quite funny tone . One of the many things that stand out about the service is the integration with Siri:
Kory Grow by Rolling Stone
In Rolling Stone magazine they have focused, among other things, on the experience that fans of music groups will have with Connect. This is one of the free features of Apple Music in which we can follow our favorite artists to keep up to date with their news. However, generates many doubts :
Ed Baig of USA Today
In this American newspaper they look at the process of customizing lists and suggestions. Specifically, on the similarities with Beats before its acquisition by Apple (the red balloons with artists’ names on a white background). Something that seems to work quite well: