Today at Apple’s World Wide Developer Conference, a new app made its long-awaited (?) debut: Apple Music. Besides a regular music streaming service for 30 million iTunes songs, there’s radio curated by actual humans. Unsigned artists can also share music through Apple’s Music app, so they’re not left out of the fray.
Pricing is as follows: starting June 30th, you can trail Apple Music for free for three months, with $10 a month following. There’s also a family plan that allows up to six people access for $15 a month, through iCloud Family Sharing
Also, the app isn’t iOS exclusive: it’s headed to the Apple TV and Android, this fall.