Roundtable: How Often Are You Still Using Apple Music? | SPIN

On June 30th, Apple Music debuted to much fanfare as the newest entrant in the increasingly crowded fight for the streaming allegiances of the music-listening public. A month and change later, five members of SPIN’s staff discuss how big a part of their lives the service has remained since its premiere, and whether they’re planning on continuing to subscribe once their free trial runs out at the end of September. Brennan Carley: I think first of all it’s important to acknowledge that none of us are coming to the table as “average consumers” right now; we write about music for a living, so by that nature we have to be up on certain things that everyday folks might not bat their eyelashes at. I still have a Tidal subscription, but only because I need it for work purposes, otherwise that’d be gone in a heartbeat; likewise, I keep my Spotify subscription because it’s convenient for me to have access to a clean, easy-to-navigate database of music that’s ad-free. Apple Music is similar in

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