Apple Music will cost $$ 9.99 each month in the United States after a three-month free test duration, yet the service could have much lower prices in other places. A sign-up menu for Apple Songs that started showing up the other day for some programmers and public beta testers on iOS 8.4 beta 4 discloses that the subscription-based streaming songs solution could cost as low as $$ 2 to $ 3 monthly in nations such as India and Russia
. A set of separate records by Modern technology Personalized and Russian-language tech blog TJournal share screenshots that suggest an Apple Songs specific subscription can cost Rs 120 per month (~$$ 2 USD )in India and 169 rubles each month (~$$ 3 USD) in Russia. While the lower prices in these nations are not confirmed beyond these screenshots, they would be in line with similar pricing offered by rivals such as Rdio, Guvera and Gaana.
Apple Songs was announced previously this week as a streaming music service, live international radio station and social platform for artists to get in touch with fans. The subscription-based solution will certainly be readily available for a month-to-month fee after a three-month free trial for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac and PC. Apple TV and Android versions of the solution will be available in the autumn. Apple Songs introduces June 30 on iOS 8.4 and iTunes.