Apple Music vs Spotify: the music streaming titans go head-to-head

Apple Music vs Spotify: What’s new for each service?

Apple Music: Last year, Apple announced that the Beats 1 radio station will be renamed ‘Apple Music 1’ and that two new stations are coming to the service. Apple Music Hits, will celebrate “everyone’s favorite songs from the ’80s, ’90s, and 2000s”, while Apple Music Country is set to shine a spotlight on (you guessed it) country music.

Spotify: It’s official – Spotify subscriptions are now more expensive in the US and UK. The biggest price jump is coming to Premium Family, which is rising from $14.99
/ £14.99 to $15.99 / £16.99 per month. Spotify says that this is “so we can continue to bring you new content and features that you can enjoy as a family and as individuals”. 

The music world has always been about rivalries. There’s Taylor Swift vs. Kanye, Tupac vs. Biggie, Eminem vs… everyone? Now, the rise of the music streaming service over the last decade means you can add a new rivalry to the mix: Spotify vs Apple Music

While there are any number of streaming services for you to choose from out there, the only two contenders you should care about are the Swedish-born Spotify with its freemium music model and Apple Music, the replacement to iTunes that has exclusive albums and a monstrous 50-million song library. 

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