Apple Music Now Has 40 Million Subscribers

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Apple Music has been tallying up paid subscribers on a regular basis ever since its debut, and now Apple can say it’s reached a pretty big milestone. Continue reading
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Apple Music surpasses 40 million paid subscribers

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Apple Music has surpassed 40 million paid subscribers, according to Apple content director Steven Huon. That’s up at least 2 million from the latest number shared on March 12 by SVP Eddy Cue, during a SXSW conference…. Read the rest of this post here


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Apple Music hits landmark 40 million paid subscribers

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Apple Music has swelled to 40 million subscribers, according to a Tweet noting the occasion by the company’s content director in France, Steven Huon.
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Apple Music Added 2 Million Subscribers in Just a Month, Tally Now Stands at 38 Million

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Apple Music touched the 30 million subscribers mark in September last year. The company has since added 8 million users taking the total number of subscribers beyond 38 million as of today. It is worth noting that the company has added 2 million in the past month alone. Continue reading
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YouTube TV Price Increasing to $40 for New Subscribers Starting Tomorrow

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The price for Google’s YouTube TV subscription service will be increasing to $40 per month for new subscribers starting tomorrow, up from the current price of $35 per month.

Google first warned potential subscribers about the new pricing for YouTube TV in February, and today is the last day to sign up at the current $35 per month price point. Existing subscribers will continue to be able to pay $35 per month for the service.


Introduced in April of 2017, YouTube TV is a live streaming television service designed to compete with services like Sling TV, Hulu with Live TV, DirecTV Now, and Playstation Vue.

YouTube TV provides subscribers with access to TV shows on more than 40 channels, with participating networks that include ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC, the CW, Disney, ESPN, FX, USA, and dozens more.

As of early February, YouTube TV launched an Apple TV app, making the subscription service available on all Apple devices. YouTube TV is available in a wide range of locations across the United States.

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Apple Music hits 38 million subscribers

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Almost 40 million people now pay to listen to Apple Music. That’s not bad for a service that was met with skepticism when it debuted back in 2015. Apple Music still faces strong competition from Spotify and Google Play Music, but it’s growing strongly. And all those people putting down $9.99 a month adds significantly […]

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Apple Music reaches 38M subscribers, gained 2M in last month

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Apple SVP of Internet Software and Services Eddy Cue provided a brief update on the state of Apple Music on Monday, saying the company’s streaming music service now boasts some 38 million subscribers.
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Spotify claims twice as many paid subscribers as Apple Music in its IPO filing

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The leading music-streaming service Spotify confidentially filed IPO documents with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission last December, and now the filing has gone public…. Read the rest of this post here


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