Chance Miller. Over the last week, it appears that Apple has been sending iOS users mass push notifications with Apple Music free trial offers. The notifications seem to target who were at one point an Apple Music user, but canceled their membership or never used the service beyond their initial free trial. Users took to Twitter last night to share screenshots of the various notifications Apple sent regarding Apple Music. Apple touted that users could come back to Apple Music and get 3 months of the service for free. While Apple regularly offers 3-month trials for Apple Music, these notifications in most cases are seemingly offering a second 3-month free trial. Based on the timing of Twitter reports, Apple sent a small batch of notifications to former Apple Music subscribers last week. Yesterday, however, it seems Apple pushed a much larger round of notifications. Apple started ramping up its use of push notifications in December , sending a flurry of push notifications to users.
1. Apple Music free trial individual + family
Thanks to a creative workaround, originally found by 9to5Mac , you can use a special Shazam promotion to double the length of a typical free trial for Apple Music. To get started, download Shazam for iOS. When it does, it should automatically add the song to your Shazam library. Tap that.
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Apple Music offers everyone a free 3-month trial. The trial version also offers 3 plans: student, individual and family. The family account allows you 6 people to acess Apple Music. So if you want to extend Apple Music free trial to 6 months, you can first start the 3-month individual free trial and then ask your family member to start Apple Music family free trial and add you on. There is also another way to extend Apple Music free forever. All you need is a Apple Music downloader that enables to download any Apple Music songs, albums and playlists to mp3. Thus you can preserve the songs forever and enjoy them anytime you want. Here we will discuss the 3 ways separately.
Apple Music already offers a three-month free subscription for new users, but now Apple has announced an interesting Christmas deal. As of today until the end of , you can subscribe to Apple Music without paying anything for the first six months. First spotted by Macworld UK , the campaign comes through the Shazam app, which is also owned by Apple. However, although the app is available worldwide, the deal is only valid in the United States, United Kingdom, and Canada. Open the Shazam app on your iPhone or iPad. If you have never used the app, you may have to identify a song first by tapping the Shazam icon. You should be prompted with the six months subscription deal for free.