Free Apple Music trial ends September 30

Over the summer, electronic juggernaut Apple launched its own premium streaming service, Apple Music.


Google Inc (GOOGL, GOOG) is planing to start a family plan ready for its Play Music enrollment resource later the last few months for usd14.99 per month. Plus, there are a ton of neat tricks that Apple Music users should know.

This is definitely strategic pricing because Google’s biggest competitor, Apple, has their streaming service priced the exact same: six family members for $14.99 a month.

The second option is to cancel your subscription, which you can do from within the Apple Music app by tapping the icon on the upper-left corner. Since I subscribe to Spotify – and since Apple Music isn’t yet available on Android phones like mine – I had no choice but to buy the album, mediocre as it was.

Google is offering a new family plan for Google Music users.

The new videos will surely help Apple target interested users who wish to continue with the service, after the free trial phase ends. Its three-month trial is coming to an end.

Check out the breakdown of differences between free and premium Apple Music members below.

Signed up to Apple Music when it first came out? If you’ve checked the calendar recently, you’ll notice that it’s nearly time to pay up – if you want to keep using the service, of course. Click the “Edit” button next to “Apple Music Membership” (only necessary if you have multiple subscriptions). Head to View Apple ID, then choose Manage Subscriptions.


All you have to do is go into Settings iTunes & App Store.