Let us talk about cost: it is always about either making more, investing more or saving more. Why would you pay for something that you can get for free? Apple Music requires you to pay about $10 while you can access other streaming services for free such as Spotify which offers unlimited streaming on desk-top devices. There is also Pandora which is famous for internet radio. For lyric videos and official music I can use Vevo. I can also choose to abandon streaming other than switching to a different streaming service considering what the internet offers at no cost!
Like I said it’s all about saving more. While Apple Music gives its services at $10, you can get up to 50% discounts using Spotify or Tidal if you are a college/ university student. With offers of up to $4.99 a month and unlimited streaming of up to 30 million songs while saving $5 every month; there is absolutely no reason for me to subscribe to Apple Music ever again!
I love having my music in order to make selection of the music that I want to listen to at a particular time easy. Apple Music streaming does not support this preference. How? When creating a playlist in Apple Music it is required that you add the same music to your music library playlist. You see? Disorganized! I do not want my playlists mixed! That is something that I can easily accomplish with Spotify.
It is said that; something got to give. While compressing music makes downloading easier, it compromises on the quality of the music. Speed and cost are adorable features when it comes to online streaming, but if the cost is the quality of my music then I can boldly declare that I am not ready to make that sacrifice. Due to the reasons above I do not subscribe to Apple music. I rest my case.