Ars Technicom April 27, 2018 3:09AM ETAs for streaming music services are growing faster than ever before.
Apple Music is the only major streaming music service that can be streamed from the iPhone to an iPad or iPod touch without a subscription, but that’s about to change.
The new Apple Music app, which launched today for iOS and Android, has already caught the attention of Spotify, which says it is “very excited” to be the first major streaming service to support Apple Music on its app store.
Spotify has been waiting for Apple Music to arrive on the App Store for several months, but Spotify has already started working on it and it will soon start shipping the first iOS and Mac versions.
“We are thrilled to bring our unique approach to Apple Watch, Music, and TV, and look forward to launching our first iOS version in early June,” Spotify CEO Daniel Ek said in a statement.
Spotify is partnering with Apple on the app, and Apple is now the largest provider of music apps on the iOS App Store.
Apple Music is a service that lets users stream from their devices to any Apple TV or Mac that supports the Apple Music streaming service.
Apple has also recently launched the Apple Watch app for iOS, but Apple’s new Apple TV app is also currently not available to the public.