Today Apple announced the Apple Music Voice Plan. A new subscription tier for Apple Music designed around the power of Siri. The new plan offers subscribers access to the service’s catalog of 90 million songs, tens of thousands of playlists, personalized mixes and genre stations. These new features are accessible through Siri, for about $4.99 per month.
According to Apple, users can now subscribe to the Apple Music Voice Plan via Siri, by saying “Hey Siri, start my Apple Music Voice trial,” or by signing up through the Apple Music app.. The voice service will allow users to start and stop their subscription whenever they want through their voice. They can also ask Siri to play music on any device that has the Apple Music app installed. Including HomePod mini, AirPods, iPhone, or any other Apple device, and when using CarPlay.
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Apple Music is also introducing hundreds of new mood and activity playlists, optimized for voice. Subscribers can ask Siri to “Play the dinner party playlist” or “Play something chill” for a truly personalized music experience. With the new Apple Music playlists, Siri can help you enjoy your favorite songs and artists more easily than ever before. These playlists are available to every subscriber of any Apple Music plan — and make using Apple Music even better. Subscribers to the Apple Music Voice Plan will also have access to Apple Music’s entire lineup of playlists, including favorites like New Music Daily, Rap Life, Today’s Hits, Today’s Country, A-List Pop, R&B Now, and more.
Starting this fall, Apple Music will be available in 17 countries and include a plan for students. These countries include Australia, Austria, Canada, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, Spain, Taiwan, United Kingdom, and the United States.