Apple Music will allow you to listen music Offline
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Apple will be launching its much awaited music note on June 30, 2015. Initially the music note will be launched for iOS and iTunes apps on Mac, the company also will be launching for the users of Windows, as well as Android later this year. The service will be launched offering a free 3-month trial to the users and later it will be charging at $9.99 a month.
The company has also announced that it will allow its users to listen offline, for this the service will be offering an option to download content for offline use. With this service will be given the right to add any songs, or videos or album to your personal collection list and then create your own playlist and listen when even you feel like even offline.
The company will be looking to best its competitor like Spotify, in giving service to the users. For this the company will offer the user the option to access o a large streaming catalog, the new Beats1 radio station, and a new social tool called Apple Connect for interacting with musicians.
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