Posts Tagged ‘Beats Music’

As we draw nearer to WWDC 2015, Apple’s rumoured relaunch of Beats Music has taken a few twists and turns of late. While it is generally acknowledged that Apple is set to shake the streaming music world up come its WWDC opening keynote, the ins and outs of how it will go about doing that are as yet something of a mystery, with conflicting reports muddying already cloudy waters.

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Here’s how to install Beats Music Android APK on Mac or Windows for a more native experience. Complete details can be found here.

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Here’s how to use Beats Music in Safari without installing Flash Player on Mac OS X. More details can be found right here.

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Last year, Apple acquired Beats Electronics for the sum of $3 billion, and since, the Cupertino company has overseen a handful of new hardware releases. Yet while the headphones and speakers have become an iconic part of popular culture, the future of the Beats Music streaming service has remained the subject of much speculation, particularly given the small matter of iTunes Radio. But now, some new information has come to light detailing Apple’s plans in this regard, and it would appear that a concerted assault on Spotify et al is nigh.

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Apple broke the habit of a lifetime earlier this year in its move to snap up the well-known, high-profile Beats Electronics for $3 billion, and since then, the company has wasted little time in improving and updating its new subsidiary’s range of products and services. As well as the few new pair of headphones that have manifested since the takeover, the Beats Music subscription service has been a major topic of conversation, and with Apple looking to use its vast iTunes catalog as leverage in the battle of the modern digital music portals, it looks like the Beats Music app will become a part of the stock repertoire early next year.

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Given the rise in streaming music services like Spotify, the traditional digital sales model is dying a slow death, and there’s no question that Apple’s iTunes has not only been a linchpin of the digital music world during the past decade, but still remains the most popular online retailer of songs and albums. The Cupertino’s iTunes Radio streamer hasn’t really hit the heights in its short lifespan, and recognizing that it may lose ground on the rest of the field if it doesn’t adapt to the current market, it’s looking probable that the newly-acquired Beats Music service may be integrated into iTunes.

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Apple is looking to cut down the subscription fee for its Beats Music streaming service, from $10 to $5 a month. This seems to be part of the drive to revamp the service itself since Apple acquired the Beats Electronics brand a few months back.

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It’s been the question on everyone’s lips ever since its huge acquisition story a few months back, but the mystery around just what Apple will do with Beats Music may be about to come to an end. With Apple expected to make use of the streaming service in one way or another, the question has always surrounded whether it would keep Beats Music as is, or roll it into iTunes instead. Now, following a report that claims to cite multiple sources, it appears that Beats Music may be living on borrowed time.

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Apple’s $3 billion acquisition of Beats Electronics and Beats Music wasn’t in vain at all. Earlier this week, the Cupertino tech giant started exposing first-time customers to Beats Music when they stepped into the App Store for the first time, and now, the company has included Beats Music app to the “Apps Made by Apple” list in the iTunes App Store, in order to guarantee not only just higher number of downloads for the app, but also cement its ownership of the company and its platform.

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Apple finally put the rubber stamp on its deal to acquire Beats Electronics, and immediately, Apple made some adjustments to the Beats Music streaming service app on iOS. The app is, incidentally, also available to those on Android and Windows Phone, although at this moment in time, limited to those within the confines of the United States.

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Apple officially just acquired Beats Electronics for the tidy sum of $3 billion, and although the iPod maker’s CEO had a few thoughts to add in the official press statement, a subsequent interview has shed even more light on just why Apple put down such a sizeable wad of cash to purchase the iconic audio brand.

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Having officially announced the acquisition of Beats Electronics, the official Beats Music app for iOS, Android and Windows Phone have seen a new pricing and trial structure with immediate effect. Although the app itself remains largely unchanged, the previous 7-day free trial of the premium service has now been pushed to 14 days, while the annual subscription has dropped around $20 to just $99 for the whole year.

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