Here, select Apple Music.
If you don’t want your Apple Music trial to turn into a full subscription – or if you have a paid subscription but don’t want it to auto-renew – then this article is exactly what you’re looking for. This is thanks to a website that has recently started to advertise Apple Music Android beta access. If you are, one of these options will be highlighted in blue and there will be a toggle switch underneath labelled “Automatic Renewal” that will be switched on.
Either you aren’t that enamoured by the streaming side of the new Apple Music app, or you already pay out for a different service, such as Spotify, Deezer or Tidal, and don’t fancy swapping everything over.
Sharing a stage at Advertising Week New York, chief marketing officer of Pandora Simon Fleming-Wood and chief marketing officer of Spotify Seth Farban discussed Apple Music, how their services differ, and using data to improve user experience. The move was meant to allow users to fully experience what Apple was offering over an extended period of time and it was confident that many customers would subscribe to the service.
How do I turn off Apple Music on iPhone, iPad or iPod touch?
As more of the free trials expire in the next few weeks, we’ll begin to see how much staying power Apple Music truly has. Tap the profile icon located on the top left side of the app.
Are you convinced by Apple Music’s benefits? You will then be able to opt out of automatic renewal.
If you are – unlike Google chairman Eric Schmidt – a fan of Apple Music, just do nothing and you’ll continue to get access until you cancel.