Hear sound all around.


Try it free*

  • Over 100 million songs and 30,000 playlists, always ad‑free.
  • Experience Spatial Audio for sound that surrounds you.
  • Sing along to
    real-time lyrics with Apple Music Sing.
  • Listen across all your devices, online or off.
  • Explore the world’s largest classical music catalog.

Buy an Apple device


6 months free


Get 6 months of Apple Music free with
the purchase of eligible audio devices.

Check eligibility

Free trial

Apple Music


New subscribers get Apple Music free for a limited trial period, then pay $10.99 per month.

Try it free*

Free 1-month trial


Apple One


Bundle Apple Music
with up to 5 other great services for 1 low monthly price. Learn more

Listen and discover. In perfect harmony.

Immerse yourself in

lossless and Spatial Audio.


Hear sound all around you in Spatial Audio with Dolby Atmos. And unlock amazing tonal definition with lossless audio.

Spatial Audio

Picture of artist, Bad Bunny

Even more to favorite.


Select your favorite songs, albums, playlists, and artists to add them to your library — and improve your personalized recommendations. And you’ll automatically be notified when artists you’ve added release new music.

Tune in to top shows
on live radio.


Catch your favorite shows live on Apple Music — or explore select shows on demand in Apple Podcasts.

Sing along with Apple Music Sing.


New lyrics features make it more fun to hit every beat. Sing top songs with adjustable vocals, and take sing-along sessions
to a whole new level with Apple Music Sing on your TV.

Learn more

Take your tunes for a
drive with CarPlay.


Hit the road with Apple Music
— it’s easy to connect. Let everyone in the car add to what’s playing with SharePlay, or ask Siri to play your favorites.

Discover the perfect song with Listen Now.


The Listen Now tab is your place for personalized picks and playlists that update weekly. And it’s all based on the music you’re already listening to.

Mix it up and collaborate on playlists.


Create playlists together so you can share and discover more music. Everyone you invite can add, remove, reorder, and react to songs.

Coming soon

Get the best seat in the house with Apple Music Live.


Watch our ongoing concert series featuring exclusive performances recorded in real time. Only on Apple Music.

Apple Music Live

Picture of artist, Burna Boy

The app designed for classical.


Included with your Apple Music subscription at no additional cost.


Get unlimited access to the world’s largest classical music catalog, featuring the highest audio quality of up to 192kHz/24-bit Hi-Res Lossless. With a search built specifically for classical music, you can easily find works, composers, artists, or recordings. And learn while you listen with composer biographies and insightful descriptions. All ad‑free.

Get the app Learn more






Questions? Answers.

  • Apple Music is a streaming service that allows you to listen to over 100 million songs. Its features include the ability to download your favorite tracks and play them offline, lyrics in real time, listening across all your favorite devices, new music personalized just for you, curated playlists from our editors, and much more. All this in addition to exclusive and original content.

    Your iTunes library is still yours. You can access your entire collection from Apple Music or from iTunes for macOS or Windows.

  • Apple Music is already on your iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, Apple TV 4K, Mac, and HomePod speakers — and you can listen with CarPlay or online at music.apple.com. Apple Music is also available on Windows and Android devices, Sonos speakers, Amazon Echo, Google Nest, smart TVs, and more.

  • That all depends on which offer you choose. (1) Students can choose the Apple Music Student Plan at $5.99 per month. (2) An individual monthly subscription is just $10.99 per month after your free trial. (3) The Apple Music Family Plan, which allows you to share your account with up to five people and gives each member a personal account, is just $16.99 per month. (4) The Apple Music Individual Plan and the Apple Music Family Plan are also included in Apple One, which bundles up to five other Apple services into a single monthly subscription. Apple One plans start at $19.95 per month.

    Apple Music Classical is included with Apple Music Student, Individual, and Family Plans.

  • Students get the same Apple Music features and benefits as individual members. Once your student status with your college or university is verified, you get student membership pricing for up to four years, as long as you remain a student. After four years, your membership will continue at the individual member price.

  • Yes. With a Siri-enabled device and any Apple Music plan, you can enjoy all the features of Apple Music and Siri. All plans also support Type to Siri.

  • Dolby Atmos is an audio technology that creates an immersive listening experience in which sound comes from all around you.

    Apple Music subscribers using the latest version of Apple Music on iPhone, iPad, Mac, or Apple TV 4K can listen to thousands of Dolby Atmos music tracks using any headphones. When you listen with compatible Apple or Beats headphones or most Bluetooth headphones, Dolby Atmos music plays back automatically when available for a song. For other headphones, go to Settings > Music > Audio and set Dolby Atmos to Always On. You can also hear Dolby Atmos music using the built‑in speakers on a compatible iPhone, iPad, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, or iMac, or by connecting your Apple TV 4K to one of the following: HomePod speakers set up as the default speakers, a Dolby Atmos–compatible sound bar, a Dolby Atmos–enabled AV receiver, or a television that supports Dolby Atmos audio. For the full list of compatible devices, please see support.apple.com/en-us/HT212182.

  • Lossless audio compression reduces the original file size of a song while preserving all of the data perfectly. Apple Music is making its entire catalog of more than 100 million songs available in lossless audio at different resolutions. In Apple Music, “Lossless” refers to lossless audio up to 48kHz, and “Hi-Res Lossless” refers to lossless audio from 48kHz to 192kHz. Lossless and Hi-Res Lossless files are very large and use much more bandwidth and storage space than standard AAC files.

    You can listen to lossless audio using the latest Apple Music app on an iPhone, iPad, Mac, or Apple TV 4K. Turn on lossless audio in Settings > Music > Audio Quality. You can choose between Lossless and Hi-Res Lossless for cellular or Wi-Fi connections. Note that Hi-Res Lossless requires external equipment such as a USB digital to analog converter.

    For a full list of compatible devices, please see support.apple.com/en-us/HT212183.

  • Yes. With an Apple Music Family Plan, up to six people in the family can enjoy all the features and the full catalog of Apple Music. To get started, just set up Family Sharing on your iOS or iPadOS device, Android phone, or Mac and invite family members to join.

  • Apple Music has zero ads.

  • New subscribers can get six months of Apple Music free with an eligible audio device. Make sure your iPhone or iPad is running the latest version of iOS or iPadOS. Then you can activate your Apple Music trial after you pair your audio device to your iPhone or iPad. You’ll have three months to redeem the offer after the first activation of the eligible device.

  • Apple Music Classical is a companion app for Apple Music subscribers. Included with Apple Music plans for Individual, Family, and Student subscribers as well as Apple One, at no additional cost, Apple Music Classical is a dedicated classical music service designed by and for all types of classical music listeners. Classical music experts will delight in the largest collection of its kind, excellent search capability, and the high-quality audio that classical music deserves. If you’re new to the genre, you can discover classical music through curated playlists, intuitive browsing, and detailed descriptions of works.

  • Classical music has a fundamentally different metadata structure from that of genres like pop, hip-hop, and country. As a result, it requires a unique approach to search, browse, library, and recommendations features. In addition, presenting the data about each album requires completely different formats. Classical listeners also have specific interests, such as composer bios and descriptions of works.

    Already a classical music enthusiast and Apple Music subscriber? All the classical music in your Apple Music library will automatically appear in the Favorites tab of Apple Music Classical, ready for you to enjoy.

  • You can download Apple Music Classical from the App Store or Google Play. If you have an Apple Music Student, Individual, or Family Plan, you can start using Apple Music Classical right away at no additional cost.

    If you have not yet subscribed to Apple Music, it’s easy to sign up once you open Apple Music Classical. After subscribing to Apple Music, you’ll be able to enjoy Apple Music Classical as well.

    Apple Music Classical is available for all iPhone models with iOS 15.4 or later. The Apple Music Classical app is not yet supported on CarPlay, iPad, Mac, Apple TV, or HomePod. However, Apple Music Classical has a unified library with Apple Music, which means that any track, album, or playlist you favorite or “star” in Apple Music Classical will automatically appear in your Apple Music library. You can listen to music you favorite in Apple Music Classical on each of your devices through the Apple Music library tab, where all of your Apple Music content is available to listen to, online and offline.

  • Yes, both apps will offer the largest classical catalog in the world. However, Apple Music Classical will include multiple additional features, such as classical browse, a search engine designed for classical music, handpicked recommendations, composer and artist bios, and descriptions of the works.

  • No, Apple Music Classical is classical only, but it does include lots of film and other crossover genres with classical music. Apple Music Classical users can also listen to more than 100 million songs on Apple Music through their subscription.

Working with Apple Music.


Apple Music supports artists with tools to create, release, promote, and measure music across a global stage. Get fans excited for your latest release with beautiful, customizable social assets. Celebrate big moments for plays, Shazams, and playlist adds with Milestones. Discover all the ways to showcase content on Apple Music — including MusicKit, RSS feeds, widgets, brand guidelines, badge art, and more.

  • Apple Music for Artists
  • Apple Performance Partners Program