In June 2013, iTunes Radio was introduced by Apple with iOS7 in the United States and Australia. iTunes Radio allows an user to form a own radio station and rubber stamp the song the user like in order to purchase them. Since the ads supported this service it was free of cost, At least until 28th January Apple does not charge for it.iTunes Radio will be pleated into Apple music according to an email circulated on Friday by Apple.

An user will have to subscribe to use an iTunes once it will become a part of Apple music.Apple music is $9.99 for a moth for single person and for a family with up to six people $14.99 for a month.

According to the Financial Times, in just six months Apple has signed up 10 million subscribers for Apple Music. Already, that is half the number of subscribers paying every month to use industry leader Spotify.

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This doesn’t mean that iOS users doesn’t have a free radio station.Beta 1,Apple 24/7 radiostation is free to listen to via the Apple music app on iOS and Android.


Statement by an Apple spokesman:

“For listeners of ad-supported Apple Music Radio, available only in the U.S. and Australia, we are making Beats 1 the premier free broadcast from Apple and phasing out the ad-supported stations at the end of January. Additionally, with an Apple Music membership, listeners can access dozens of

radio stations curated by our team of music experts, covering a range of genres, commercial-free with unlimited skips. The free three-month trial of Apple Music includes radio.”

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