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If you get the free Shazam app, software for recognizing pieces of music and songs, on your iPhone or iPad, it's currently doubly worth it. Because the app currently gives you the opportunity to use two subscription months of Apple Music free of charge. This gives you access to the entire library of songs, albums, music videos, radio stations, interviews, playlists, exclusive recordings and the like. Even those who have already used a free trial of Apple Music can secure the deal (it seems). You can also cancel directly so that you are not surprised by the 9,99 euro fees in the third month.
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You can use said subscription through the Music app on Mac, iPhone, iPad, HomePod and other Apple devices. Even if you complete it on the iPhone, it applies to all devices connected to the same Apple ID. If you want to take advantage of the deal, simply open the Shazam app, search for the offer on the start page or in the settings and tap the "Try it out" or "Try it for free" button. You then have to confirm the conclusion of the trial subscription like an app download (see screenshots). You can then open the Music app and take full advantage of Apple Music.
You can either mark in your calendar that you have to cancel the Apple Music free subscription in two months – or you can cancel it directly. Because even if you cancel it immediately after taking advantage of the offer described above, the promotional period of two months remains booked for you free of charge. In this way, you can use the benefits listed to the end and then no longer have to worry about canceling or about possible costs if you forget them. And this is how the subscription cancellation of an app works on the iPhone:
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