Apple Music has reached its milestone of 100 million songs and anticipates that this number will continue to increase. As a result, the company is hard at work developing technologies that will make it simpler to locate songs that you enjoy listening to.
Apple’s digital music platform, which was once known as iTunes and is now known as Apple Music, is commemorating the addition of one hundred million songs to its catalog just slightly more than 20 years after its first debut in January 2001.
Apple is launching a new approach to recommending music to you, and it will do so on a song-by-song basis because it recognizes that it is impossible for a normal person to listen to all of that music.
Is it true that there is “More music than you can listen to in a lifetime or several lifetimes?” This is one of the claims made by Apple about their product. Actually, sure. It is certainly the case.
Even if you make the extremely conservative assumption that each of Apple Music’s 100 million tracks clocks in at a minute on average, that’s still a lot of music (the average is almost certainly longer than that). Even if you listened to everything without stopping for one second, it would still take you more than 190 years even though it is only one minute long.
Apple recognizes that, with such a large collection of music to choose from, you can have a difficult time deciding what to listen to. Instead of relying solely on its automated suggestions (which will, of course, continue to be available), Apple Music is launching a new series called Apple Music Today.
The series will introduce a new song on a daily basis and discuss the events that led up to the song’s creation. In another… 273,973 years or so, Apple Music should release an episode that is dedicated to all of the songs that are currently in its library.
If you are a subscriber to Apple Music, you may immediately begin exploring Apple Music Today, beginning with Sinead O’Connor’s breakthrough single “Nothing Compares 2 U,” which was released in 1990.