Subscribe to Apple Music on the web
Apple Music is a streaming music subscription service that lets you listen to millions of songs from the Apple Music catalog in addition to your music library. As a subscriber, you can listen any time, get personalized recommendations, watch exclusive video content, and more.
Note: Apple Music features may vary by country or region. Learn what’s available in your country or region.
Subscribe to Apple Music
If you don’t have an Apple ID, you can create one during setup.
Follow the onscreen instructions to subscribe to Apple Music with an individual subscription.
To choose a student or family subscription instead, use the Music or iTunes app on your computer or device. You can open the app directly from Apple Music on the web—just click the link in the bottom-left corner.
When you join Apple Music as a new subscriber, the subscription is free for a trial period. At the end of the trial period, your subscription is renewed monthly or annually. For information about turning off automatic renewal, see the Apple Support article See or cancel your subscriptions.
After you become an Apple Music subscriber, you can do the following:
Add songs, albums, and playlists to your music library
Even if you’re not a subscriber, you can search for music and listen to or watch previews of music and videos. If you’re using Safari, Chrome, or Firefox, you can also listen to the Apple Music 1 radio station for free.
Cancel your Apple Music subscription
At music.apple.com , click the My Account button (looks like a photo or monogram) in the top-right corner, then choose Settings.
You may be asked to sign in with your Apple ID.
In Subscriptions, click Manage, then click Cancel Subscription.
You can also change your subscription type instead of canceling it. See the Apple Support article See or cancel your subscriptions.
Share your Apple Music subscription with Family Sharing
If you’re a member of a Family Sharing group and have a family subscription to Apple Music, your subscription is automatically shared with the family group. Family group members don’t need to do anything—Apple Music is available to them the first time they open the Music app after your subscription begins.
If you have a subscription to Apple Music and join a family group that’s already sharing a subscription, your subscription is not renewed on your next billing date; instead you use the family group’s Apple Music subscription.
Note: To stop sharing your Apple Music subscription with a family group, you can cancel the subscription, leave the family group, or (if you’re the family group organizer) stop using Family Sharing.