How to stream live music on an iPhone and iPad

Free music streaming is finally getting a real chance.

The iPhone and Android devices running iOS 8 and above are finally getting free music streaming.

Apple has been pushing its iOS 8 apps, including iHeartRadio, to Apple Music subscribers for years.

But this is the first time it’s offered free music streams to iPhone and iPod touch users.

The first version of the app is free, but now it’s available for free.

“I love it,” says Ben Golliver, the co-founder of the company called Live Music Now, which has over 1.5 million users.

“It’s very exciting for me.”

The app lets users stream up to 25 tracks from a single album or playlist.

They can choose from Spotify, Google Play Music, Apple Music, TuneIn Radio, and Pandora.

Users can also add their own music, including their own song or album, to the service.

The app is available for iOS and Android smartphones, with iOS 8 already in the works.

It’ll soon be available for the iPad.

“This is something we’re really excited about,” Gollivers co-founders Dan Schindler and Josh Sink told Engadgets.

“We’re working on a whole new set of features that will make this one of the best music services for the iPhone and the iPod touch.”

Here are a few things you need to know to get started with the new iOS 8 streaming app.

What to expect from the free music service What you need: iOS 8 or higher, Apple Watch or Android Wear, or a compatible iPhone or iPod touch running iOS 7 or higher.

If you’re an iPhone user, you’ll want to upgrade to iOS 10.

(Apple already offers free music through Apple Music.)