Apple may be planning to overhaul its music streaming service. According to a report by Bloomberg, Apple is planning to change the user interface of Apple Music in order to make it more intuitive to use. The company is also planning to better integrate its streaming and download business, and expand its online radio service. Apple is expected to announce the updated service at this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) that is scheduled to be held in June. The report also states that the changes will be accompanied by a “marketing blitz” in order to bring in more customers.
Apple unveiled Apple Music during WWDC last year and it competes with other music streaming services such as Spotify, Pandora, and Rdio. The service was initially available on Apple devices and the PC, and was later launched for Android devices. In February, Apple released a new update for Android users which allowed them to download music to their SD cards for offline listening. However, the tracks can not be accessed via a file manager app due to Apple’s Digital Rights Management protection. In India, Apple Music is priced at Rs. 120 per month for the Individual plan, and Rs. 190 per month for the Family plan.