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Survey: 48 percent of Apple Music users have already stopped using it

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 24 Aug 2015 0:04 User comments (3)

Survey: 48 percent of Apple Music users have already stopped using it According to a new survey, 48 percent of consumers who have tried using Apple Music have already stopped using it.
The survey comes via MusicWatch, and suggests that Apple's streaming service has already fizzled, like many of the company's non-iPhone devices and services have in the past.

Apple Music costs $9.99 per month for unlimited streaming and exclusive content, and Apple boasted of 11 million users a few weeks ago. Important to note is that all users are on a free trial so it is unclear whether Apple will steal any users away from established rivals like Spotify.

For its part, Apple says "Among those who signed up for the trial, 79 percent are using it on a weekly basis."

Source:
NYPost

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3 user comments

124.8.2015 10:28

Apple can't really have bought anything that new or innovative to the game, just the usual arrogance. Is arrogance the right word or is it something else?


Its a lot easier being righteous than right.


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224.8.2015 20:20

Originally posted by Jemborg:
Apple can't really have bought anything that new or innovative to the game, just the usual arrogance. Is arrogance the right word or is it something else?
Wishful thinking?

325.8.2015 0:16

120 bucks a year for what's available pretty much everywhere else for free? PASS!

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