Beats Music has today announce they have made their Beats Music API publicly available for developers to now use to create applications that integrate with Beats Music.
Beats Music is a subscription only music service that costs $120 a year and allows you to listen to tunes pretty much anywhere via your mobile, tablet or computer and offers 20 million songs all in high-quality 320 kbps format.
Using the new publicly available Beats Music API developers can now add functionality to their applications enabling users to search the Beats Music catalog, play a track or create, update, and display a playlist. Beats Music Chief Executive Ian C. Rogers explains :
“If you’re willing to pay $100 a year for music, which in my experience for all world’s music is a tremendous bargain, you should have access to music anywhere you might want it, in your car, house, anywhere,”
For more information on the new Beats Music API jump over to the new Beats API website for details and to register your interest in developing applications.
“You can use Beats Music APIs in many ways, and can experiment with the Beats Music APIs by using the Playground, a convenient online tool that lets you run our APIs with just a few mouse clicks. Visit the Tutorials, where we will help you get started quickly by showing you how to:”