Apple Music launches Tuesday: Here's what we know

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Apple Music: What to expect

Apple joins the heated streaming music space—where companies such as Spotify and Pandora have been duking it our for years—when it launches Apple Music on Tuesday.

After a free three-month trial, the subscription service will cost customers $9.99 per month to access the full library of songs.

Taylor Swift has decided to put her '1989' album on Apple Music.
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Starting at a limit of 25 thousand songs, Apple wants to make 100,000 streaming songs available for iOS 9 users.

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Apple is also launching Beats 1 on Tuesday. Featuring celebrity DJs who choose curated playlists, Beats repleases iTunes radio as a free service on Apple devices.

Apple Music will compete with services such as Rdio and Google Play Music, in addition to Spotify and Pandora.