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Apple is offering an extended Apple Music trial during the Grammys for Shazam users

[2019-02-10 10:53:12]

Apple acquired Shazam last year, and it’s using the music search app to provide a special offer for users who are watching tonight’s Grammy Awards (as spotted by 9to5Mac). They’ll get a rundown of the award show in the app, and can unlock an extended, four-month free trial for Apple Music. The company is promoting the offer on a card in its App Store: “Viewers at home can also Shazam the Grammy Awards at any point during the broadcast to identify songs from the awards show and unlock a special offer from Apple Music.” The app will show off a timeline of music from the show, and anyone who uses the app to identify a song will get the extended offer. That’s an additional month above the usual free trial for new Apple Music subscribers —...

Apple is offering an extended Apple Music trial during the Grammys for Shazam users


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