Apple Music products are becoming increasingly popular, but it’s important to keep in mind the big picture, which is Apple Music is just one of many streaming services available to consumers, including Spotify, Tidal, iHeartRadio, and more.
Apple Music and Spotify are both built on top of the Apple Music platform, which allows you to stream music from a wide range of music apps, from the popular Apple Music Radio to the likes of Spotify and Rdio.
Apple’s music streaming platform, AirPlay, also supports many other streaming services, including Pandora and Apple Music.
But for the most part, Apple Music remains the dominant streaming service in the United States, and it’s the only one that supports the iPhone as well as the iPad.
It’s also the only streaming service that supports streaming music from Spotify and Apple’s own music streaming service, iPlay.
The other streaming platforms are limited to Apple Music’s own services.
Apple has launched a new version of its iPlay service, and the company is launching a new app for Apple TV.
Apple is also launching a dedicated streaming service for the iPad, and in October, the company will launch a dedicated Apple TV app.
But Apple Music will remain the dominant music streaming and music-streaming service in this country for the foreseeable future.
For more on Apple Music, read our guide to the best Apple Music services.