Apple Music has recently launched, and you’re wondering if you can get it or not. The new music streaming service is now available in approximately 110 countries, but which nations are those? Fortunately, Apple has provided a list of countries where Apple Music is available now.
When you go through the list, make sure you don’t get too excited just at seeing your country’s name. Apple has provided this page to show where some combination of Apple Music, Apple Music Radio, and iTunes Match are available. Not all services are currently available to all countries. For example, the Bahamas only has iTunes Match available and none of the other services, as do Qatar, Israel, Burkina-Faso, Taiwan, Turkey, Mozambique, and Namibia.
Beats 1 Radio is listed as unavailable in the Bahamas, Bahrain, Burkina-Faso, Egypt, Hungary, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Mozambique, Namibia, Oman, Qatar, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, and the United Arab Emirates. In Thailand, listeners cannot access Apple Music Radio without a membership plan.
Furthermore, the iTunes Match service that is technically available both through Apple Music and as a standalone service is available in all of the listed countries except Romania.
Apple has succeeded in launching its service in more than 100 countries, as it promised. Is yours on the list, and are you signing up? If you still aren’t sure whether or not Apple Music is for you, check out our list of frequently asked questions to get more information on the new streaming service.