Beats Music for iOS, a project of Beats Electronics, the most overrated headphone manufacturer out there, will finally launch on January 21 this year as reported by officials. The Beats Music streaming service for iOS was scheduled for last year, but the launch got delayed for an indefinite time. The product is finally coming to iOS in a couple of weeks.
Beats music streaming service lets the users to experience high quality Beats certified audio on their smartphones, tablets or even Macs. The service will enter the competition with several services like Spotify, Pandora, Google Music and the Apple’s improved iTunes Radio which was highly acclaimed.
The difference between Beats and the others lies in the way the music is played. Officials at Beats explain the service to be “a perfect harmony between the algorithm and human curation”, which points out at Beats strongly noticing your interests and based upon your mood, will play a particular audio.
“Get playlists, curated by the best music experts. Recommendations, served up based on your interests. And you can even tell Beats Music where you are, what you’re feeling, and who you’re with, and we’ll deliver the perfect stream of music” – reports CultofMac
Apple CEO Tim Cook was reportedly in constant talks with Jimmy Iovine of Beats about this project codenamed, the ‘Project Daisy’. He probably would have wanted to make sure the Beats service does not eradicate the Apple’s iTunes Radio somehow.
Beats Music for iOS will offer unlimited ad-free streaming on the various platforms at a $10 per month.