A lot of us use iTunes or Amazon Prime to get our music.
But Apple Music is still on the radar for many.
There are now more than a billion paying customers, but Apple Music still charges a $99.99 annual subscription fee.
It’s also still an expensive subscription, and it’s a pain to cancel.
The good news is that Apple is looking to change that.
Last month, the company said it would phase out the subscription fee entirely and offer free streaming music on all iOS devices.
The company is hoping to make the move on all iPhones, iPads and Macs by the end of the year.
This is a big step for Apple to take and, if it succeeds, the move will give a major boost to the iTunes Music Store, a marketplace where customers can purchase music from hundreds of labels and artists.
“The big news today is the end-of-year subscription fee will be completely gone,” Apple Music Chief Marketing Officer Paul Hochberg said in a statement.
“This will allow Apple Music to grow and reach even more users and consumers, including millions of people who are not subscribers, for a free music streaming service.”
Apple Music subscribers will no longer have to pay for the service.
The service will remain free to all Apple users, but the fees for subscriptions will be gone.
Apple Music will also remove the requirement for a subscription fee of $99 per year, but it will still require a $29.99 monthly fee to make purchases.
That’s a significant move for the music industry, which already relies heavily on subscription fees to make its products more appealing.
Apple is also trying to make it easier for consumers to cancel subscriptions.
Previously, Apple had to make an upfront payment to customers who had cancelled their subscription.
The move to pay a subscription cancellation fee will help to ease the transition for many users, as well.
If you subscribe to Apple Music, you can also cancel it, but you will not have to wait for the next billing cycle.
You can also stop using the service by going into the Settings app and tapping on the “My Account” tab.