In Russia there are curated playlists for Apple Music. According to music site The Flow, he became the first third-party compiler of playlists for streaming service of Apple.
“Starting today, the website The Flow becomes a partner of Apple Music service. This means that now twice a week there will appear playlists compiled by our editorial Board. And it also means that we are the first in Russia! — were among the media, collaborating with Apple, including Pitchfork, Vice, and others. And to be in such company is very flattering”, – is spoken in the edition message.
The resource will be posting new playlists Apple Music twice a week. At the time of publication The Flow amounted to five lists, “Says Ural”, “Motorists”, “New Canada”, “St. Petersburg flow” and “Empty Bottles”.
Previously in Apple Music playlists have been compiled by the editor from the Russian branch of the Apple Music and the local service team. Curatorial playlists also publish Rolling Stone, Pitchfork, Resident Advisor, NME and other English-language publications.
Apple launched its streaming service on 30 June 2015. The first three months to all users free. The subscription price is $ 169 for individual use and 259 rubles for a “family” subscription (up to six people).
It is known that at the moment Apple is beta testing its music service on Android. This will be the second “Apple” app for the mobile platform Google. Previously, the company presented the program Move to iOS to move data from your Android smartphone to iPhone. The application was met with flurry of negative reviews, most of which are not relevant to the application, and contains criticism of the company.