Apple Music has been unleashed on the world, which means anyone with an iPhone can start using the new streaming service free for the next three months.

We just downloaded Apple's latest software update that includes Apple Music and Beats 1 radio.

Here's what it's like to use it.

Once you update your iOS device, you'll have the redesigned Music app.

Apple is giving everyone a free three-month trial.

Individual plans will cost $9.99 a month at the end of the trial. Up to six people can share a family plan for $14.99 a month.

When you first open Apple Music, it asks you what genres of music you like.

Tap once on a bubble to like and twice to love it.

Once you select your favorite genres, you can start liking individual artists.

It's kind of fun to start filling the screen with big bubbles.

Once Apple has a good idea of what you like, it will customize the "For You" section with playlist suggestions.

The "For You" section is a curated collection of playlists picked by hundreds of Apple editors and based on your music tastes.

When you start playing a song, it looks a lot like the old Music app.

You can see a queue of what's next in the playlist.

New stations can be created based on individual songs. You can also add a track to your collection of music or purchase it from iTunes.

The "New" section to the right of For You isn't based on what you like. Think of it kind of like the front page of the iTunes Store, except Apple is focusing more on surfacing up-and-coming artists along with big stars such as Taylor Swift.

The "Radio" section in the middle of the app is where you can listen to Beats 1, the 24-hour live broadcast helmed by DJs Zane Lowe, Ebro Darden, and Julie Adenuga.

Beats 1 will also stream exclusive song releases and interviews. Pharrell is dropping a new track exclusively on Apple Music, and Zane Lowe has an interview airing with rapper Eminem.

The "Connect" tab is where artists can share stuff directly with fans.

What's up, Snoop!

"My Music" is like the old version of the Music app. It's where your saved music lives.

If you want to change up the artists you like, you can do so in the account window.

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