- Play over 90 million songs
and 30,000 playlists.
- Experience spatial audio with dynamic head tracking for sound that surrounds you. 1
- Download your favorite tracks. Play them offline.
- Enjoy anything in the Apple Music catalog just by asking Siri.
- Get curated playlists
and live radio.
- Listen across your devices.
Listen and discover. In perfect harmony.
Hear sound all around you with spatial audio with Dolby Atmos.1 And unlock amazing definition with lossless audio.
Experience even more immersive sound with dynamic head tracking on AirPods (3rd generation), AirPods Pro, and AirPods Max.1
Just ask Siri to play songs by any artist, mood, or genre.
- Hey Siri, play workout music
- Hey Siri, play J Balvin in the kitchen
- Hey Siri, play something chill
Sing along, tap ahead, share your favorite lines, or just listen with lyrics view — always on and available for millions of songs.
Enjoy your Apple Music
experience in the car with CarPlay.
Discover more music you’ll love based on what you’re already listening to with
Tap into our editors’ picks with curated and personalized playlists.
Download and stream music straight to your Apple Watch.
Playlists and charts
that keep you in the mix.
An Apple Music Voice Plan that’s all Siri.
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90 million songs
More than 30,000 expert-curated playlists
Request any song, album, playlist, or station simply by asking Siri
Free trial with no commitment6
Stream ad-free music
Original shows, concerts, and exclusives
Live and on-demand radio stations hosted by artists
Available on Apple devices
Works with Type to Siri
Available on other supported devices
Spatial audio with Dolby Atmos
Full catalog in lossless audio
Download 100,000 songs to your library
Access your entire library from any device and listen online or off
See what your friends are listening to
Unlimited access for up to six people
Personal music library for each family member
Personalized music recommendations for each family member
Apple Music plays on all your devices.
Apple Music is a streaming service that allows you to listen to over 90 million songs. Its great features include the ability to download your favorite tracks and play them offline, lyrics in real time, listening across all your favorite devices, new music personalized just for you, curated playlists from our editors, and many more. All this in addition to exclusive and original content.
Apple Music is already on your iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, Apple TV, Mac, and HomePod mini — and you can listen with CarPlay or online at music.apple.com. Apple Music is also available on Windows and Android devices, Sonos speakers, Amazon Echo, Google Nest, Smart TVs, and more.
The Apple Music Voice Plan is a streaming service designed for use with Siri that allows you to access over 90 million songs with just your voice. Request any song, album, artist, or playlist simply by asking. You also get personalized stations for any mood or activity, listening across all your favorite devices, curated playlists from our editors, new ways to use Siri with Apple Music that are personalized for you, exclusive and original content, and more.
Getting started with the Apple Music Voice Plan is easy — simply ask Siri to play some music. You can subscribe within the app, and listen just by making a voice request on any Siri-enabled device.
That all depends on which offer you choose. (1) The Apple Music Voice Plan is $4.99 per month after your free trial. (2) Students can choose the Apple Music Student Plan at $5.99 per month. (3) An individual monthly subscription is just $9.99 per month after your free trial. (4) The Apple Music Family Plan, which allows you to share your account with up to five people and gives each member a personal account, is just $14.99 per month. (5) The Apple Music Individual Plan and the Apple Music Family Plan are also included in Apple One, which bundles up to five other Apple services into a single monthly subscription. Apple One plans start at $14.95 per month.
Dolby Atmos is an innovative audio technology that envelops you in an immersive listening experience. While music mixed in stereo is limited to left and right channels, music created in Dolby Atmos is freed from channels, allowing artists to place individual sounds all around you. Artists can also decide the volume, size, and vibrancy of each instrument to reveal nuanced details in the music.
Apple Music subscribers using the latest version of Apple Music on iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV can listen to thousands of Dolby Atmos music tracks using any headphones. When you listen with compatible Apple or Beats headphones, Dolby Atmos music plays back automatically when available for a song. For other headphones, go to Settings > Music > Audio and set Dolby Atmos to Always On. You can also hear Dolby Atmos music using the built‑in speakers on a compatible iPhone, iPad, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, or iMac, or by connecting your Apple TV 4K to one of the following: HomePod speakers set up as the default speakers, a Dolby Atmos-compatible sound bar, a Dolby Atmos-enabled AV receiver, or a television that supports Dolby Atmos audio. For the full list of compatible devices, please see https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT212182. Dolby Atmos is not available with the Apple Music Voice Plan.
Lossless audio compression reduces the original file size of a song while preserving all of the data perfectly. Apple Music is making its entire catalog of more than 90 million songs available in lossless audio at different resolutions. In Apple Music, “Lossless” refers to lossless audio up to 48kHz, and “Hi-Res Lossless” refers to lossless audio from 48kHz to 192kHz. Lossless and Hi-Res Lossless files are very large and use much more bandwidth and storage space than standard AAC files. Lossless audio is not available with Apple Music Voice Plan.
You can listen to lossless audio using the latest Apple Music app on an iPhone, iPad, Mac, or Apple TV. Turn on lossless audio in Settings > Music > Audio Quality. You can choose between Lossless and Hi-Res Lossless for cellular or Wi-Fi connections. Note that Hi-Res Lossless requires external equipment such as a USB digital to analog converter.
Yes. With an Apple Music Family Plan, up to six people in the family can enjoy all the features and the full catalog of Apple Music. To get started, just set up Family Sharing on your iOS or iPadOS device, Android phone, or Mac and invite family members to join.
Students get the same Apple Music features and benefits as individual members. Once your student status with your college or university is verified, you get student membership pricing for up to four years, as long as you remain a student. After four years, your membership will continue at the individual member price.
Apple Music has zero ads.
Your iTunes library is still yours. You can access your entire collection from Apple Music or from iTunes for macOS or Windows.
New subscribers can get six months of Apple Music free with an eligible audio device. Make sure your iPhone or iPad is running the latest version of iOS or iPadOS. Then you can activate your Apple Music trial after you pair your audio device to your iPhone or iPad. You’ll have three months to redeem the offer after the first activation of the eligible device.◊
Working with Apple Music.
Apple Music supports artists with tools to create, release, and measure music across a global stage. Discover all the ways to showcase content on Apple Music — including MusicKit, RSS feeds, widgets, brand guidelines, badge art, and more.