Apple Music now has over 40 million subscribers and a new boss



Now, Apple Music has hit a new milestone: 40 million subscribers, according to a report from Variety. He will report directly to svp of internet software and services Eddy Cue, who announced the new Wednesday (April 11) in a memo first reported by Variety.

It also has promoted Oliver Schusser to head Apple Music Worldwide. Outside the USA, he helped in the App Store, iTunes' movies and TV portals, iBooks, Apple Podcasts, and more. While Spotify does offer a free tier of service supported by ads (which has another 70 million users), Apple offers a three month free trial that is now being used by 8 million members. Schusser played a key role in Apple's acquisition of Shazam, and had worked overseas on the App Store, iTunes, iBooks and more.

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But on a comparable basis, the Apple audio service includes 48 million readers, forty million of whom are paying readers and 8 million of whom have been around a totally free trial, Apple stated. That's up from the 38 million that Apple exec Eddy Cue disclosed at the South by Southwest tech conference last month.

Apple shares were down 0.5%, near 172.40, on Wednesday.

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Apple Music is getting bigger. White previously covered Apple at Drexel Hamilton. "In the near term, we believe there are attractive capital return opportunities to be unveiled and we look forward to another round of iPhone innovations in September".

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