The Spotify app on iPhone and iPad has officially launched.
The new streaming service is the latest in a long line of Apple-branded mobile apps, and one of the first apps to go live in a major platform that has already seen major changes in the music industry.
Apple’s announcement of Apple Music has made waves in music and technology circles, and with the new service, it’s clear that Spotify has finally made its mark.
Apple Music offers a new, curated catalog of more than 70 million songs, plus curated playlists, curated playbooks, and curated albums.
Users can download the app on their phone or tablet and play songs on their iPhone or iPad, all with the swipe of a finger.
Apple Music was initially announced at WWDC 2017 as a way for Apple to create a catalog of music, podcasts, and movies.
The service launched last fall, and the first of the services is now available on the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
In addition to the curated music catalog, Apple Music also offers a curated album catalog and a curated playlist.
Apple says that the service will be available for iPhones, iPads, and iPods later this year.
Apple’s Spotify acquisition has been an enormous boon for the music and tech industries, as the company has gained massive popularity and become the dominant streaming service for artists.
Spotify is a subscription-based service, which means that users can pay a monthly fee to stream the content that they want, while streaming services like Spotify can charge a flat fee for users to pay for access to their content.
Spotify has grown exponentially in popularity over the last year, as artists like Lady Gaga and Justin Bieber have been able to reach new fans through streaming.
Spotify will have more than 10 million users by the end of the year, and Spotify’s growth has led to some speculation that the company may be ready to go public.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has previously stated that he would like to “buy Apple in a heartbeat,” and now that he’s bought the company, he’s ready to bring Apple Music to a wider audience.