Apple Music is finally here, and you don't need a Mac or iOS device to enjoy it. Apple's new all-you-can-eat music subscription service is available for Windows via iTunes, meaning anyone with the music playback software can enjoy millions of streaming songs and around-the-clock live radio from Beats 1. If you're eager to jam Taylor Swift's on a loop until your ears can't possibly take it anymore, here's how to get Apple Music on your Windows PC.
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Subscribe to Apple Music to access millions of songs, get music recommendations, and so much more. You can also go to music. Apple Music isn't a back up service. Sign in with the Apple ID and password that you use to make purchases. If you're asked for a verification code, you have two-factor authentication on your Apple ID. You might be asked to confirm your billing information and might need to add a valid payment method. Then tap or click Join.