There's so much more to Apple Music than the new radio stations. Here are the hidden, the downright obscure, and the best features of the service. Apple Music is this giant success, this bargain service, and the one that's taken over iTunes's title as the most counter-intuitive Apple app. It's much easier to just call out "Hey, Siri, play something I'll like," or stick to the Favorites Mix, and skip looking around the service. Once you know what else is available to you, though, you're going to feel even better about how much money you've spent on it over the service's five years. Within Apple Music, you can deep dive into artists you love and artists you're vaguely interested in. And while Apple seems fundamentally incapable to creating a social network — see Ping , see Connect — it has practically secretly built a useful sharing feature. Beats 1 played music continuously for 45, hours before it was replaced by Apple Music 1. That hour music station isn't changing its eclectic collection of tracks, but now right alongside it there are two more. Apple Music Hits is the more curious one of the two, in that it's neither quite as broad as Beats 1 was, nor as focused as Apple Music Country.
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When you sign up for Apple Music , the streaming service comes with a free trial. If, after your time is up, you decide you don't want to start paying for the service, you'll need to take a couple of minutes to cancel your subscription before it autorenews and you're charged for it. For those who opt to cancel, you don't have to wait until the trial is over. You can disable autorenew on your Apple Music subscription right now, effectively ending your access to the service after the trial expires. Canceling your subscription on an iOS device is straightforward, you just need to know where to look. That's what we're here for. You will still have access to Apple Music until your trial expires. The same applies should you cancel your subscription after having already paid for a month of service -- you'll still have access until your paid-for month is over.