With the new annual Apple Music subscription you can save a little money

Streaming music services are applications that are already present on the vast majority of Android and iOS terminals . The two best known services within the music scene are Spotify and Apple Music, where the former is the leader with more than 140 million users, and the Apple version is the app’s attempt to monopolize part of the market.

It was Apple with its music application, which set out to stand up to Spotify after the failed attempt by some artists with which it became known as Tidal. The Californians redesigned their app and based it on offering a premium service, unlike a Spotify that features free accounts.

With the new annual Apple Music subscription you can save a little money
With the new annual Apple Music subscription you can save a little money

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It is precisely for this reason that Apple has grown so much within this sector of music applications, where its subscription has made many users switch to the service in search of something higher quality . Of course a fact that has also caused a great growth of the Apple Music application is its arrival at Google Play, with Android users being able to enjoy this service from the apple.

From here on out, Apple has maintained its policy of not offering free accounts except for the trial month , and Spotify continues to be a free service where if you want some more advanced features you’ll have to pay.

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All this has happened so far, as Apple seems to want to give a little boost to its Apple Music with an offer we have seen before but not in this way. Specifically, if you are a user of the service or plan to do so, you can now get an annual subscription to the Apple service for 99 euros from the application itself , saving you 20 throughout the year.

No doubt with this news Apple wants to motivate the subscriptions of its music service, and of course to keep users for a long period of time . We’ll see what the response is from Spotify, which will probably move some of its most premium audience.

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