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Apple is upping its bets on online streaming by giving Apple Music facelift.
Users' libraries, including downloaded songs, are will now be landing page of the Apple Music app, said Bozoma Saint John, Apple's head of global consumer marketing of iTunes and Beats Music. The new functionality was demonstrated as part of of Apple's annual developers conference, WWDC, held Monday in San Francisco, California.
A new version of the app will also display song lyrics, chart-toppers, live radio, concerts, recently played songs and curated playlists, similar to those of rivals Pandora and Spotify, as the company tries to get the technology community jazzed about one of many apps in the competitive music space.
The music streaming service, debuted at WWDC last year, now has 15 million paid subscribers, Apple said. It comes as rival Spotify, despite its 25 million users, has reportedly struggled to turn a profit.