Last Updated on Sep 4, 2018
Apple added Apple music as main features on 30 July 2015 first time publicly. Hundreds of features are gathering great response from music lover in cheapest renewal fees on a monthly basis. So you can purchase personal or family subscription as you selected at the time of setup apple Music on your Mac or iOS device (But you can Enable/ disable auto-renew Apple Music on Mac/ PC). What a great stuff you can experience by paying the tiny amount (2 cup coffee) for a month. Before this time you have to search artist, Album, and song manually from iTunes app and pay of each item. Now in bulk, you can get best millions of online song in improved/ real sound quality from single music app on your Mac’s iTunes running on OS X.
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When you set up your Apple Music Account in iTunes store, you have to choose song type and then artist. So iTunes home screen suggests the best top music songs in front of you. From each song, you can search all songs by artist, Song By album, and more.
But for trail users, who are worried about auto-renew amount will be cut automatically after 90 days trial period (3 months), Have to turn off/ stop or Disable auto renew amount set by Apple.
Note: Apple will charge in your country’s local currency launched in 100 countries, and Without Credit card details you can’t go for use apple music on Mac or iOS device. So after saving credit card details, you must disable auto-renew Apple Music on Mac.
Guide on How to cancel Apple Music Free Trial on Mac
Disable Auto Renew Apple Music subscription on registered Apple ID
Step 1: Open Spotlight Search, And Find iTunes.
Step 5: in front of Subscriptions count click on Manage.
Step 6: Now You can see “Apple Music Membership” page. And You current subscription and auto-renewal status.
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Such a great gift by Apple and Three months free for all users hassle-free charged process by set Turn off/ disable auto-renew Apple Music on Mac or iOS device.