Everything You Need to Know About Apple Music Voice Plan

Everything You Need to Know About Apple Music Voice Plan

Tech Highlights:

  • The Apple Music Voice Plan is a more basic Apple Music subscription that requires users to explore and play music from a library of over 90 million songs using Siri.

  • If you’re an Apple Music user, you already know that Siri is a fantastic way to engage with your music – and Apple agrees. So much so that Apple is creating a new, lower-cost monthly Apple Music subscription that only allows you to use Apple Music with Siri. The Apple Music Voice Plan is what it’s called, and here’s all you need to know about it.

The Voice Plan allows one Apple ID to use Siri to access Apple Music, and it is available on any devices that share that Apple ID. So, if your Apple ID is linked to your best iPhone, iPad, MacBook, and HomePod, you can utilise Siri to play your favourite music.

With the Apple Music Voice plan, it does appear you will need to use Siri for everything, including controlling playback. There is no skip limit, so you can easily skip songs as much as you want.

I have to use Siri for everything?

What are these new playlists?

Apple is adding hundreds of new activity-specific playlists and moods to Apple Music, so Voice Plan subscribers can find music to fit a certain mood or activity. You’ll be able to say things like “Hey, Siri, play the dinner party playlist” or “Hey, Siri, play something chill.”

How much does it cost?

The Apple Music Voice Plan will cost $4.99 a month. There is a free 7-day trial that non-subscribers can sign up for by saying, “Hey Siri, start my Apple Music Voice trial.” When does the Apple Music Voice Plan launch?

There is no official launch date for the new subscription plan, but the Apple Music Voice Plan is set to be available later this fall. The feature will launch in 17 countries/regions, which include Australia, Austria, Canada, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, Spain, Taiwan, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

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