Not made available to Chinese music fans on its original launch earlier this summer, Apple Music has now come online there too.
When it comes to canceling on your phone, click on the Apple Music app and go to Manage in the Subscriptions section. The service was offered in the US on a three-month free trial to be followed by a $10 per month subscription fee. After that, 10 Chinese yuan per month will be charged. iTunes, iBooks, and Movies were also made available.
When a user signed up to the service 12 weeks ago, auto-renewal would have been selected and therefore will start charging when the trial expires unless you actively decide to halt your service at the end of the trial period. For only 10RMB per month or US$1.57, customers will have full access to millions of songs from local and global artists. As mentioned in the news release from Apple, an iCloud Family Sharing is required.
Apple in China is set to deliver local and global content on all three services with music from top artists including Eason Chan, Li Ronghao, JJ Lin and G.E.M., Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran among others.
One of the top requests has been more great content and were thrilled to bring music, movies and books to China, curated by a local team of experts, said Eddy Cue, Apples senior vice president of Internet Software and Services. You can stream any Apple Music song, playlist or album, and download it for future offline listening.
Apple Music debuts on Wednesday in China. Artists will be able to share lyrics, backstage photos or videos.
In line with that, Tech Crunch stated Apple Music is now available for Android phones. Users will also be allowed to rent or purchase movies from both Chinese studios and Hollywood blockbusters on the iTunes Store. Apple Music in China features an incredible selection of local and global music from all the major and many independent labels, with more music being added regularly.