Apple looks to music streaming market

14th June, 2015
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Eddy Cue, senior vice president of internet software and services at Apple, launching the tech giant's foray into music streaming last week

The world’s biggest tech company is to get in the burgeoning music streaming game. Apple announced its new Apple Music service at its annual WWDC event in San Francisco. Streaming services such as Spotify, Pandora and Google Music Play have already changed the way many listen to music. The Apple move into the market could be a game changer, analysts said. Apple said its streaming service would have more than 30 million songs.

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