While it may not be beneficial for all users, Apple Music has an integrated lyric system, meaning you can automatically see the lyrics to the song your listening to – perfect for singing along.
The major downside of Apple Music is that it works best on iOS devices, such as the iPhone, iPad or iPod. While it can be used on Android, it does have slightly different functionality, which may put some people off. Furthermore, if you have an Apple Home Pod, this is the only music service that’s compatible with that device. It’s not all bad, however, as Apple’s devices have all been made compatible with the streaming service. For example, Siri is fully integrated, meaning you can queue music hands-free, and it can also be installed on the Apple Watch.
It may not be the best option for every smartphone user, but if you’re a fan of Apple technology, it’s easily the most compatible and easiest to integrate across your network.