Free Unlimited Music Streaming For 6 Months

You can take advantage of Apple's family sharing program to squeeze a couple extra months out of Apple. This method takes advantage of the family plan, enlisting one of your family members to extend your free subscription for an extra three months. This gives you a total of six free months of over thirty million jams to listen to on the go, in the car, or at work.

Here's how to take advantage of it.

While Apple Music might have several notable flaws, it has at least some leg to stand on in comparison to Spotify and Tidal. The best thing about it, however, is that you get a three-month free trial without any sneaky conditions or strings attached. Most other services only give you a thirty days free trial, making Apple Music pretty decent. However, if you are clever enough, you can actually double this three month trial, getting a total of six months Apple Music for free.

What's the major difference? It's basically between whether you use an individual or a family sharing plan. All you need to do is open up iOS Music or iTunes. Start your individual plan and you will be able to listen to over thirty million tracks. This includes playlists and the various social network options through Connect: Apple's music social media app (which has virtually no users).

Still, thirty million song isn't bad at all, and you'll be able to listen to your jams on the go, while riding the bus, the tube, or driving in your car.

However, you don't want the free trial to end and then bill your credit card, so make sure you set up the trial to automatically cancel, or it will renew, charging your card for the subscription. Make sure you stop your free trial to avoid getting charged.

To stop your free trial, simply go to Settings, open the iTunes and App Store, enter your Apple ID, and sign in. Scroll down to the "Manage" tab underneath the Subscriptions header. Here you can turn off auto-renewal for your AppleMusic subscription.

How to Get an Extra Three Months

After your 90 days end, all you have to do is go set up the Family Sharing by accessing your iCloud from your Settings and opening up "Set up Family Sharing." Then, just follow the simple steps:

Now, all you need to do is have a member of your family accept your invite, then they will be able to start their own free trial of Apple Music. This Family Option lets your whole family enjoy free Apple Music for up to three months, giving everyone in the family free access.

You also will need to disable Family Sharing using the method we discussed above or you will give charged fifteen quid a month. The whole family gets access to Apple music, and you're fifteen pounds richer! This gives your whole family over thirty million songs for free. And nothing beats free!

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