Beats Music All Set to Debut on January 21st
We all are aware and love the base intensive headphones for Beats and Dr. Dre, to make things even better Beats is all set to launch Beats music, a subscription based music service similar to Spotify and Pandora.Beats music will also provide users the ability to download unlimited music for offline playback provided they have a valid subscription, obviously. The service was originally code named and called Daisy. Like others this service also comes in at a monthly price of $9.99 (INR 600 approx.) where in a subscriber can use up to 3 devices. Also Rumoured is a launch of family plan which will be exclusive to the AT&T customers where in they will be able to use up to 10 devices at a price of $14.99. Also AT&T customers are eligible for a 30 days free trail while others are provided with petty 7 days of trail only.
Our folks at The Verge who got an early hands on with the service reckon that the service is actually better than others ( at least at first glance) as searching a particular version of a track can be pretty tough on many other services, but beats music excels here. Here is what the Verge actually says
We got an early peek at the service last week, and a couple other features stood out. While it can sometimes be difficult to find the “real” original version of a song on competing streaming services amidst all the covers, remixes, and karaoke versions, Beats puts the original tracks front and center. If you search for “Yesterday” by The Beatles, for example, you’ll see it pop up first, and then you can tap a button if you want to see other versions.
Unfortunately as always India will not be amongst the countries where is this service will initially launch, but lets hope we get our hands soon enough. Again one can find ways around this issue for sure.