Beats 1 Demo Appears In New Radio Tab On iOS 9 And iOS 8.4 Betas

Ali Salman
Posted 1 year ago

Apple Music will make way to an official launch on 30th of June but some of it is already marching in the iOS 8.4 and iOS 9 betas. The registered developers with the aforementioned firmware betas have received updates on a new radio tab with Beats 1 demo along with 28 other stations and genres. Henceforth, developers have shared screenshots iterating the new radio tab and the corresponding radio stations.

Not so long ago developers had also reported about popups on Apple music subscriptions after the app has been officially launched. After a few minor updates of the sorts, Apple has rolled out the radio tab in the Music app which have hit across many countries like Germany, U.S, Canada, U.K and many others. However, it still seems peculiar if the Apple Music features will be launched worldwide. Lets see some of the features that have rolled out yet.

Apple Music Radio Tab Sighted Across Many Selected Countries

When you open the app and tap the beats 1 artwork, it plays a slightly long demo of the feature. Other stations seems to be working fine for now, however the search tab shows a subscription menu when you try playing a song. The subscription menu entails the possible international pricing scheme of the Apple Music service The organized set of playlist includes a hefty list of different genres like indie, pop-hits, classic, charting music and francophone hits along with many others.


While on the other hand, the Beats 1 stations is not live for now and prompts a ‘coming soon’ message. The Beats 1 Radio station will be hosted by DJ Zane Lowe, Ebro Darden of Hot 97 fame, British tastemaker Julie Adenuga and Former of BBC 1. The Beats 1 Radio station will turn out to be a favorite for many with its handful of pretty features.

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Even though the Apple Music will come with a three month free trial period, it will charge $9.99 per month and recently, developers running the iOS 8.4 and iOS 9 beta have come across seeing the availability to signup advertisements. The android version of the Apple Music Service will be available later this fall while Apple devices will get the update on 30th of June. This is it for Apple’s Music service update, if you have any thoughts regarding the subject, feel free to share them in the comments below.

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