Apple Music is targeting Gen Z users in its battle with Spotify. On Friday, Apple launched 10 new Apple Music playlists focused on the music interests of Gen Z users — including one playlist that features the latest tracks to go viral across social media apps like TikTok. Other playlists feature emerging artists and sounds, experimental or cross-genre selections or music by mood — like playlists for getting energized to go out or one to destress, for example. The app has also long-since proven its ability to break new artists and send tracks, both new and old , to the top of the streaming charts across Spotify and Apple Music, as well as the Billboard charts, at times. Instead, Apple Music editors will update the selections throughout the week, as needed. Spotify last week launched a new feature for artists that would allow them to promote tracks that were going viral on TikTok. Image Credits: Apple.
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Spotify might still be the biggest music streaming platform in the world, but Apple Music is now nipping at its heels. It also has aspirations far beyond just music streaming, with the budget and vision to make that future a reality. So what is Apple Music and is it worth a subscription? Keep reading for everything you need to know about the platform, from features and pricing to its biggest competitors. You can also start your free trial right away by clicking the button below. Apple Music is a premium music streaming service with more than 50 million songs available to stream from the cloud. It also hosts several free internet radio stations broadcasting 24 hours a day in over countries around the world. Billed as a one-stop-shop for all your music streaming needs, the service allows both access to an extensive library of songs as well as your own personal library of purchased music from iTunes via iCloud integration. When iTunes was phased out with the release of macOS Catalina in mid, Apple Music became the default music app on all Apple devices.