Apple Music, Apple’s Beats Music Streaming Service To Be Cheaper Than Tidal, Spotify Brandon Caldwell May 15, 2015 Geek Squad, Music, News 1 Comment Before its scheduled July release, details in regards to Apple’s revamped “Apple Music” streaming service have leaked and it’s promising for those who already subscribe to the service. Utilizing features from Apple’s not defunct iTunes Ping, “Apple Music” is seeking to engage users with a huge social network platform and integration with artists pages complete with track samples, photos, videos, concert updates and more. Its competitors, Spotify & Tidal don’t offer such features. Apple Music will also feature a price tag that’s easier to handle, $5 to $8 USD per month, a price that is sharply below Spotify’s $10 and Tidal’s $20. [9to5] Share this:TweetShare on Tumblr One Response "Running" Tab, Streaming Video To Be Added to Spotify May 21, 2015 […] Minaj’s “Feelin’ Myself” visuals, and Apple/Beats Music announcing plans to expand their content at a lower price, it’s only right that the other major streaming music service opted to make changes of its […] Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.