We’ve finally got a date for when Disney will make its first digital album release.
The official announcement from the company comes via its YouTube channel, where it says, “Today, Disney Music will be the first digital music streaming service to launch in the United States.
Starting with the launch of Disney Music, we are launching our music platform on Apple Music.
In the coming months, we will be expanding the service with more content and features.
As we look forward to offering more digital content and the ability to stream music to your Apple Music devices, we’ll share more details.”
Disney is currently the only major music service in the US that allows subscribers to stream songs to other devices, so it will be interesting to see how it handles that.
This will be a welcome step in the right direction for Apple Music, as streaming music has long been a challenge for the service.
While the service may still struggle with the Apple Music service, the platform is certainly getting closer to its full potential.
The music industry is a crowded one, so if the service is able to attract new customers and retain existing ones, that could be a boon to the platform.
The Disney Music platform is expected to be available for free for anyone in the U.S. until December 12.