June 17, 2015
Last week, Apple announced their long-awaited music streaming service, which is creatively called Apple Music. It launches at the end of the month, so here’s all you need to know about which streaming service you should be using.
Literally everyone in the world already has Spotify, so you probably already know about it. It has plenty of features and songs, but it’s really nothing special. If you’re using the free version, it’s obviously the least betchy option.
Tidal is basically Jay Z’s team of celebrities, so think of it like the Brooklyn Nets of music. If you like exclusive Rihanna videos, this is probably the one for you, but it’s like $20 a month so you better use the shit out of it.
Apple Music will be $10 a month and has more songs than any other service, so like bang for your buck or something. It’ll also automatically be on your phone when you update it in a couple weeks, so there is very little effort needed.
Apple Music, le duh. It’ll be a cold day in hell when the Apple version of something isn’t betchiest. Thanks, Steve Jobs’ ghost.