Shazam are offering five months of Apple Music for free

Shazam are offering five months of Apple Music for free

Five months of Apple Music with Shazam

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Shazam are celebrating the new year with a five-month Apple Music offer and announcing their five artists predicted to make a splash in 2022.

Music identification app Shazam was acquired by Apple in 2018. Today, Shazam are offering new subscribers five months of Apple’s premium-only music streaming service, free of charge. An Apple Music subscription can help you play the songs you discover around you in full, ad-free, lossless quality with spatial audio, or any of the other 90 million songs and 30,000 playlists.

New members usually get three months for free, so if you’re new to Apple Music and wanting to give it a go, now’s your time to sign up. As someone who has previously used Apple Music’s three-month free trial, I was offered an additional two months for free, but I can’t confirm this is available to all previous subscribers. The offer expires February 15th 2022.

All you need to do is head here on your mobile or click the link on desktop, then scan the QR code with your phone to redeem the offer. Once your free period expires, Apple Music auto-renews for $9.99 in the U.S. for individuals, while discounts are available for voice-only users, students and families.

Once you’re all set with Apple Music, check out Shazam’s new 2022 predictions page and curated playlist on Apple Music. The Five New Faces page highlights five artists that reached the top of Shazam’s chart at some point in 2021, they think will make a splash in 2022. These artists are Ayra Starr, DannyLux, Lyn Lapid, Sad Night Dynamite and STAYC. The new Shazam Predictions 2022 playlist features 50 emerging artists from around the world, representing many genres, poised to have a breakthrough year.

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