List of Countries Where Apple Music and Beats 1 Radio Are Now Available

Apple has posted a list of over 115 countries where some combination of Apple Music, Apple Music Radio, Beats 1 Radio and iTunes Match are available per iPhone in Canada. Apple Music and Apple Music Radio are available in 110 countries as of today's launch, while Angola, Puerto Rico, Israel, Taiwan, and Turkey are five countries where the streaming music service has yet to launch.

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Apple Music's "For You" section for curated playlists and music recommendations

Beats 1 Radio is currently unavailable in select countries, including the Bahamas, Bahrain, Burkina-Faso, Egypt, Hungary, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Mozambique, Namibia, Oman, Qatar, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Taiwan, Turkey and United Arab Emirates. iTunes Match, technically available through Apple Music and as a standalone service, is available in all countries listed except for Romania.

To check the availability of Apple Music, Apple Music Radio, Beats 1 Radio, and iTunes Match in your region, be sure to look at the full list of countries on Apple's website. Apple has also posted a similar list of regions where Apple Music will be available across the U.S. and Canada, Europe, Middle East, Asia Pacific, Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean. Not all features of Apple Music will be available in each country.

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YakAttack Avatar
116 months ago
Puerto Rico is not a country...it's a U.S. territory.
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Marlor Avatar
116 months ago
I tuned in, and it really seems to have the issue everyone predicted for a "single radio station for everyone". The music just isn't to my taste. It seems to very much focus on the teenage audience.

Way too much autotune and vocoder for my liking. Almost every song has the "Cher Effect" (and a rap solo).

BBC has Radio 1, Radio 2, etc... Apple needs the same. It may come in time, but for now, it seems they've gone for something to appeal to a teenage audience.

There's a reason that BBC Radio 2 has an audience share three times that of BBC Radio 1... a larger audience exists for adult contemporary music and AOR than for chart hits. Hopefully Apple realises this soon.
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C DM Avatar
116 months ago
I tuned in, and it really seems to have the issue everyone predicted for a "single radio station for everyone". The music just isn't to my taste. It seems to very much focus on the teenage audience.

Way too much autotune and vocoder for my liking. Almost every song has the "Cher Effect" (and a rap solo).

BBC has Radio 1, Radio 2, etc... Apple needs the same. It may come in time, but for now, it seems they've gone for something to appeal to a teenage audience.

There's a reason that BBC Radio 2 has an audience share three times that of BBC Radio 1... a larger audience exists for adult contemporary music and AOR than for chart hits. Hopefully Apple realises this soon.
Pretty sure it's more than just an"teenage" audience.
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Andrei90 Avatar
116 months ago
Can someone explain me why are they repeating Lowe's segment? I thought it was a LIVE radio station 24/7
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patent10021 Avatar
116 months ago
Not available in Taiwan?? Interesting.

I don't understand how iTR was basically in 1 country for 'decades' but this is everywhere at release.

All the sudden they could make agreements with Beats? Weird. Just because of Jimmy?
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a0me Avatar
116 months ago
Interesting how Apple Music Radio requires an Apple Music membership in all countries outside of the US.
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