Apple Music in 100 million songs: a historic achievement

Apple Music celebrates a truly historic result 21 years after the house of Cupertino made its music debut: achieving 100 million songs in its database. It all started in 2001 with the release of the first iPod, a music player capable of holding up to 1,000 songs. Today, it would take more than 100,000 to carry with you the entire Apple Music library, within which you can count an unlimited collection of songs covering every genre. Apple, using a cherished logo, defines it as the largest collection ever, larger than that offered by any other service and any other format, but it certainly isn’t destined to remain that way, given its steady growth. In fact, every day more than 20,000 artists add new songs to the Apple Music collection, which helps make the service richer and more complete. And in celebrating this achievement, Apple has also attached great importance to the role played by playlists sponsored by a team of people – as opposed to those generated by algorithms -, thanks to which it manages – according to it – to provide a higher level of attention and care than the competition. But not just music in the strict sense of the word, Apple Music also aims to tell the stories behind the songs on the service, with the Apple Music Today series aiming to pick a new song every day and reveal its history and background. Over the years, Apple Music has developed rapidly, embracing other platforms as well and also providing songs in high quality, at no additional cost. Are you an Apple Music user? How do you feel about the service? Let us know you in the comments.

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