What’s new in music in 2017?

From the moment it was announced that Apple Music would be coming to iOS, there was a lot of talk about how this was a new era of music streaming and discovery.

Today, we’re just starting to see how the Apple Music experience will look and sound.

We were curious how it felt to have a completely different experience for streaming music on Apple Music.

What do you think you’re going to find with Apple Music compared to Spotify, Rdio, Rdash and Tidal?

Let’s take a look.

What’s new: The new iOS 11 and macOS Sierra updateApple Music will now offer unlimited streaming options for artists, tracks and albums from more than 200 million songs across over 50,000 genres, including classic hits and new releases.

You can also listen to all of these songs on a single device or with a friend or family member, and you can also stream them to Apple TV, Apple Watch, and even your iPhone.

You’ll also be able to listen to these songs across Apple Music’s other platforms, including Spotify, Apple Music, Rdid, Rdsh and Tides.

Apple Music has a completely new user interface and app experience that takes you from the top of your playlists to the bottom.

You get a single swipe from the bottom of your screen to get to the top, or tap the play button and the music will be played immediately on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.

You won’t have to navigate to a song’s page to start listening.

This makes the music experience a bit faster and more intuitive, and Apple says that it should make listening to music easier than ever before.

You can also share your favorite songs, albums, or even playlists from one device to another.

If you don’t have an Apple Music account, you can sign up for a free one.

This new interface is very similar to Spotify and Rdio.

They’ve been around for some time, and they’re both incredibly popular.

Spotify allows you to discover new artists and playlists that you haven’t heard before, and Rdid and Rdash allow you to browse and discover new music and tracks on their websites.

It’s important to note that these services aren’t perfect: some of their functionality is not available for all music apps.

But for the most part, they’re very similar.

There are also some new features coming to Apple Music in the coming weeks.

You may find yourself wanting to share a playlist from your iPhone to your Apple TV for some artists to listen or a playlist for a song from your Apple Music collection to a friend’s iPhone.

This will be especially useful for artists who have multiple Apple Music accounts, so you’ll want to sign up if you’re an artist with multiple accounts.

Apple says it will also launch a “song discovery feature” on its site.

This feature will let you create and share playlists with a single tap and will let your friends see which songs you’ve added to your collection, so they can find and listen to them.

We’re excited to see what artists, bands and artists like you will make it onto Apple Music and what songs you will discover.

Let us know what you think in the comments below.