As promised, Apple has pushed an iOS update to its users on Tuesday, adding support for Apple Music. The update comes weeks after Apple’s WWDC keynote where the company originally announced the music streaming service.
Starting today, users will be able to take advantage of the much anticipated free three-month trial. Apple Music includes three core features, the Beats 1 radio station, on-demand music streaming and a social network, Connect.
iOS 8.4 also brings a complete overhaul to the music app with new features such as music queueing, mini player and a simpler, cleaner design.
iOS 8.4 is compatible with iPhone 4s and above, iPad 2 and above and the iPod touch 5th generation. As for Apple Music, the service is available on all iOS devices capable of running iOS 8.4, Apple Watch, Mac and Windows with an Android and Apple TV application coming later this fall. The music streaming service will cost $9.99 a month ($14.99 for families up to six) after the free trial.