Apple adds music videos to its Apple Music streaming service
Posted on: 29 mars 2018, by : Stuart Dredge

Apple Music is expanding its catalogue… with music videos. From today, Apple will have a catalogue of music videos – including curated playlists – sitting within its subscription service.
Apple is describing this as “one of the most extensive music-video catalogues available” – although without a specific number on that – and will make it available through its iOS and Android Apple Music apps, as well as through its Apple TV box.
The company is kicking off with some exclusive premieres of videos from A Tribe Called Quest, Beck, Kylie Minogue, and Sabrina Carpenter and Jonas Blue, as well as emerging artist Yebba.
The curated playlists, meanwhile, include Today’s Video Hits, The A-List: Pop Videos, and Classic Dance Moves. Apple says its subscribers will also be able to build their own video playlists.
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