The Beats Music streaming service is officially launched in U.S. on 21st January, 2014 after months of teases and a username reservation program. The cost of this service is $9.99 per month or $119.88 per year for unlimited access to the Beats catalog of music. Its catalog of music includes over 20 million tracks for users to listen.
AT&T and Beats have joined to deliver some special offers to the carrier’s family plan customers at the price of $14.99 per month and includes 5 accounts that can be used across 10 devices. AT&T customers also enjoy a free 90-day free trial before signing up while other users can test Beats Music for 7 days before diverging over any cash.
Users can find Beats Music on the web as well as dedicated iOS and Android apps. Talking about Windows Phone App of Beats Music, it won’t launch until this Friday, Jan. 24. Having Beats Music in your device helps you to search out and listen to specific content similar to any other streaming service and its big aim is to focus on curation. This service creates playlists and Highlights that made by music-experts from Rolling Stone, Pitchfork, and more.
Other than this, Right Now feature of this application is amazing. It is a sentence where users fill information about what they’re doing, where they are, who they’re with, what kind of music they want to hear, and so on. After filling all the information, Beats Music will show a playlist of music appropriate to your situation. Today, there is no deficiency of streaming music choices available like Rdio, Pandora, and many others.
Considering looks of Beats Music, it looks fabulous, offering with attractive mobile apps and also focusing on personal curation. No matter such features are appropriate to grab user’s attention or not. But it surely encourages other consumers to sign up for their first paid service. Are you looking to download Beats Music in your device, then Explore App Store Now!!
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