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Apple Counts on the Success of the Apple Music

Despite what many people might think, the success of the Apple Music service is highly important for Apple. In fact, the famous company has made no secret from the fact that it was willing to make compromise in order to get customers and popularity.

Well, the vice president of iTunes International claimed that Apple has received a lot of feedback regarding its streaming service and it is working to implement the requirements of its customers.
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According to Oliver Schusser, the company's vice-president, Apple has been trying to make its music service better every day.

The new service received some criticism from its users and Apple seems determined to make sure that it will keep everything under consideration.

The Apple Music service was launched in June, being a rival service to Spotify. While many users appreciated Apple's service for its curated playlists, others have criticized it over its many bugs.

The service has just been launched, so Apple is definitely expected to work to improve it. 
There's a lot of work going into making the product better," Schusser admitted. 

Apple's vice president went on to explain which will be the focus in the following period. "Our focus is on editorial and playlists, and obviously we have teams all around the world working on that, but we’re also adding features and cleaning up certain things," he claimed during an interview with The Guardian.

Schusser went on to add that the service is growing and will keep on growing in the following period, both when it comes to the number of artists and when it comes to the number of features.

Schusser revealed that Apple received huge feedback from users, which it is still processing. In fact, the famous company claimed that launching its service on 110 markets at the same time meant a huge quantify of feedback.

Well, when it comes to the success of the service. Apple revealed that around 11 million people signed up for its three-month free trial.

How many of these users will decide to pay $9.99 a month for the service once the free trial period ends is yet to be found out. Meanwhile, Apple is busy working at a new advertising campaign to promote the Apple Music service.
Apple Counts on the Success of the Apple Music Reviewed by Mike Beasley on 2:39 PM Rating: 5
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