Get Six months of Apple Music Free: Using the Apple Shazam app you can get a six-month subscription to Apple Music for free. Apple’s running a special promotion for Shazam users in the US, UK, and Canada. They are even giving a reason for folks with decline Apple Music memberships. Here’s how the deal works.
Shazam also identifies what music you’re hearing. It’s great for figuring out which tracks are playing in movies, advertising or when you’re out and about and you hear a song you really love. Apple announced plans to obtain Shazam in 2017.
As reported by Macworld UK:
Apple is not using Shazam for the first time to promote Apple Music. In fact, this promotion is quite similar to one that Apple offered over Black Friday. And just like then, if you’ve had an Apple Music subscription but it’s expired, you can resubscribe and get three free months.
Do You Want to Get Three Month of Subscription?
If you want to get three months of subscription then here are the following steps:
You can download and install Shazam from the App Store.
Click on Shazam to open it.
Now click on the Library icon in the upper left-hand corner.
Search in Recent Shazams for “Limited Time Only: Get up to 6 months free of Apple Music.”
Click on the Try Now button and sign up.
Click on Try It Free. Tap on Confirm.
Make sure you won’t see the promotion if you’re already an Apple Music subscriber. So if you’re currently using Apple Music and you don’t see this in your Recent Shazams library it’s because Apple already knows you subscribe to Apple Music.
However, there’s a loophole. If you cancel your subscription and then fire up Shazam, you should see the promotion, and then be eligible for the three-month restart deal. It’s worth a try if you would like to save yourself almost $30.
Apple music also returns to its regular price after the promotional period: $9.99 per month or $14.99 per month for a family subscription.
So did you get the free deal? Let us know in the comment section and also do let me know what you think.
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