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Tomorrow will mark 3 months since the launch of iOS 8.4 and Apple Audio, and this signifies that the first free test signups will start expiring. In its latest drive to keep customers, Apple has started e-mailing users with set to-expire trials along with shoving on notifications to their own devices. The telling supports users to renew as could be observed in the picture above.
As we discovered in summer time, users who tend not to manually stop their free tryout with Apple Music will soon be automatically selected into continuing their subscription for either $9.99 or $14.99 (family program). Users wishing not to continue with Apple Songs can disable their subscriptions by hand via their I-tunes account page. Last week, our own Ben Lovejoy considered the pros and negatives of Apple Songs so that you can make his own renewal conclusion.
Now’ e-mails and s tellings would be the newest in sequence of moves to keep users. Before this week, Apple posted a set of directed tours to describe the best way to browse the Apple Audio interface. Before this month, Apple started posting new ads for the solutions on its YouTube station. These advertisements follow up posters on bus-stops and structures in addition to television advertisements from before in the launch cycle.
As for how Apple’s attempts are fairing, it’s worth noting that Spotify stays toward the very best of Apple’s Top-Grossing listing in the App Store (demonstrated above), with Pandora.com not far behind. The newest unofficial stats suggest that about 37 million Americans purchased Apple Audio, which will be really accessible a number of states around the world.