Apple reportedly planning to make Beats powered music streaming service

Apple is looking forward to launch a music streaming service that is powered by Beats, according to a report from 9to5Mac. The service which is currently has no name yet, is also said to be coming to iTunes and Apple TV.

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Surprisngly,  the Beats music service is also said to be coming to Android. The new service will allow you to search for content on iTunes/Beats catalog. Users will be able to stream music from their personal catalogs and add songs to their personal libraries. The service will also reportedly offer Beats’ library of human-curated playlists designed to fit various activities. It will also have some social-networking features so you can follow other users and artists.

As per the report, Apple has given the user interface a complete makeover. For starters, the black-and-red Beats Music color scheme is gone and Beats Music accounts will be merged with Apple ID profiles. As for the price of the streaming service, the report states that Apple could charge the service $7.99 a month, which would undercut the $9.99 price charge by Spotify, Google Play Music, and Rdio.

Previous reports had stated that Apple will integrate Beats Music into iTunes and make it as a paid service. The new service is expected to be released this year, possibly at Apple’s Worldwide Developer’s Conference, according to the report.

Author: Sneha Bokil

Sneha Bokil is a tech enthusiast and is currently using OnePlus 3T but she still treasures her Nokia N70 (M). You can follow her on Twitter @snehabokil and on Google+