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Apple plans on taking a page from Amazon Prime playbook with a new series of subscription bundles meant to spur adoption of the company's digital products, like Apple Music and Apple TV +. According to a report from Bloomberg, Apple is developing a service bundle called Apple One that will be offered as part of the upcoming iOS 14 release. Per Bloomberg, basic Apple One tier will include Apple Music and Apple TV +. The next level up will include Apple Music, Apple TV +, and Apple Arcade gaming service. Even the pricer tier will add Apple News +. The most expensive tier will offer all of the aforementioned services Plus extra iCloud storage. The company is also reportedly building a subscription service that will offer virtual fitness classes via an App on iOS. The service is expected to follow the format of other fitness apps on the market, such as those by Peloton, Nike, and other well - known personal trainers. Apple's digital service bundling parallels what Amazon has done with its Prime subscription, which offers customers access to Amazon's music and video streaming services in addition to two - day free shipping for e - commerce purchases. The bundle model has grown in popularity among digital service providers looking to emulate Amazon's success. Digital Services are already a major moneymaker for Apple. In its third quarter earnings report, Apple said Services revenue was up 15% to $13. 16 billion. The company also achieved its goal of doubling its fiscal 2016 Services revenue, six months ahead of schedule. Category results reflect all - time record performance and strong double - digit growth for some services, including App Store, Apple Music, Video, and cloud Services. New Services like Apple TV Plus, Apple Arcade, Apple News Plus and Apple Card also contribute to Apple's overall Services growth. Apple now has more than 550 million pay subscriptions across services on its platform, up 130 million from a year ago. The company is aiming to reach 600 million pay subscriptions before the end of 2020.

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Benefits Of The Spotify Widget

As weve been rounding up all week, variety of third - party apps have rolled out powerful iOS 14 Home screen widgets. Spotify itself has not updated its iOS app with support for widgets, but there is a third - party app available that brings Spotify widgets to your iOS 14 Home screen. One of tentpole features of iOS 14 is support for Home screen widgets. A variety of Apple applications support Home screen widgets, including the Apple Music app. The music app widget is available in three sizes, allowing you to easily see recently played songs, albums, and playlists on your Home screen. Since iOS 14 was released on Wednesday, many Spotify users have been calling on the company to add Home screen widgets to its iOS application. Thus far, Spotify has not released app update with Home screen widgets, but third - party app TuneTrack aims to solve that problem. Whether or not Spotify has any plans to add its own first - party widget to iOS 14 remains to be see, but the company does not have the best history when it comes to quickly adopting new iOS and Apple Watch features.

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Autoplay mode

This is definitely Spotify's catch up feature, but very welcome all same. The music app now features a new button on the queue screen. When enabled, Apple Music app will exhaust any queued songs, albums, and playlists you have chosen and then continue playing music endlessly. Music is meant to be similar to what you were just listening to. Its almost like a shortcut to creating a station based on the last song in your playlist. However, manually setting up station is a bit annoying and not very easy to find. In contrast, Autoplay mode is front and center in Apple Music UI, and is enabled by default. You may be able to discover a new artist just by music app playing it for you.

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Overhauled iPad design

Graphic designer Alvaro Pabesio shared his vision for update, enhancing Apple Music on Behance earlier today, and it's impressively detailed look at UI tweaks and changes that Apple could make to fix a few user gripes with its streaming Music app. As you look at Pabesio's designs, remember that this is a concept and in no way indicates or confirm what we 'll see with Apple Music in iOS 12 later this year. To start off, Pabesio revamped the Library tab, removing the vertical List for Playlists, Artists, Albums, and Songs, and introducing a horizontal tab bar that you can scroll through. With more space afforded from this change, new daily suggestions pop up right in the Library for Playlists, stations, artists, and personal mixes app thinks you 'll like. Pabesio nixed you completely by introducing features from this tab into other parts of the app, so the second tab is Now Browse. Here you can perform usual artist and album searches, and find the latest songs and new releases, but Pabesio adds a few details to truly expand browsing on Apple Music. More information is now displayed on screen at once, thanks to the reduction of the current app's large image banner carousel and the same horizontal scrolling bar from Pabesio's Library tab. Pabesio highlights the much smaller new album / song carousel at top of his concept, trending Now tracks, and places your personal mixes on this page as well. In graphic designer's imagining of Apple Music, you can provide even more granular feedback into mood playlists by filling out prompt, like i m and feeling like. Pabesio's description says, depending on your response, Apple Music will take into account music in your library, mood you chose, and find up to 5 hours of select music for you to listen to. One of Pabesio's biggest overhauls is the new social tab, taking rudimentary features Apple added in iOS 11 last September and greatly expanding upon them. When you open the tab, you see a similar horizontal tab bar like the one found in the Library, and it houses Stats, Friends, Rankings, and more. Apple Music can now show your plays broken down weekly, monthly, yearly, and all time, and even let you know if you are above or below average in terms of music listening each week. Each user's page now shows their song play counts, following and follower counts, and when you visit someone it ll provide a taste comparison graph, similar to Music social network last. Fm. Underneath that, Apple Music profiles now show individually played songs, instead of just displaying the latest albums or playlists users listen to. These can still be seen too, however, with even more displayed on profiles like Playlists, top artists, custom Playlists, and more. For Apple's curated Playlists, these also show follower counts, as well as up and down arrows to show when songs change position on charted Playlists. All of these ideas extend to official artist pages as well.

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