Apple Music, a service that allows you to stream music from the Apple Music app onto a device using an Apple Music streaming service, is free to download and use, and Apple Music will continue to work with the service to provide the best experiences, the company said.
Apple Music will be available to users on iOS devices and Apple TV and Macs, and is currently available on the Mac App Store and iTunes.
Apple has not yet announced when or where Apple Music users can stream music.
Apple did not say whether it plans to allow users to buy music from third-party providers through the service, though the company does allow users who buy songs from Apple Music to listen to them offline.
Apple announced the move at its WWDC conference in San Francisco on Monday, a day after it launched the iOS and Mac apps for the service.
Apple said that it will support Apple Music on iOS for a year, allowing users to stream up to 10,000 songs, but will continue working to stream songs offline.
Apple Music plans to be free for Apple Music subscribers through June.