Apple has unveiled a new streaming service called Spotify Premium, which will be available to Apple Music users in Australia and New Zealand.
Spotify Premium is a premium music service that will offer subscribers the ability to watch unlimited live and recorded music, as well as curated playlists.
It will also have a selection of music streaming and music streaming related apps.
Spotify’s pricing will range from $9.99 to $12.99 per month.
In Australia and NZ, subscribers will pay $15 per month for a Spotify Premium subscription.
Apple Music subscribers will be able to listen to more than 1.2 million songs and will be given access to a library of more than 100,000 tracks.
It’s also possible to access Spotify Premium on iPhone and iPad via the Apple Music app.
Spotify is an app that lets users listen to music on their iPhones and iPads.
The service will offer a range of different music streaming options and features, including live radio, curated play, album art, and more.
Spotify has been available in the US and Canada since 2017.
Apple previously offered Spotify in Europe and Australia, but the app did not go live in those markets until the end of last year.
Spotify will be a competitor to Spotify Premium in Australia, where it is available as an option to Apple’s iTunes app.
Spotify was the first app Apple launched for iOS.