NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Apple (AAPL) Music is finally live and so far, people are loving it.
The new streaming service from Apple, which costs $9.99 a month for a single user, appears to be an early hit, based on initial reactions moving on social media.
Here's a few representative tweets of the new service, which was unveiled June 8 as part of Apple's developer conference.
Loving the new iOS 8.4 update. Apple music is sickkk!!! ¿¿¿ pic.twitter.com/nfuVhzZfaj— Azy (@azymanzur) June 30, 2015
Apple Music automatically renews after the three month free-trial, so some fans are already showing how you can opt out:
If you want to turn off auto renewal for Apple Music: tap profile icon in upper left, go to view apple ID, then manage subscriptions.— Brett Molina (@brettmolina23) June 30, 2015
Others are wondering if it's a little too much to handle at one time.
Well, Apple Music is really cool. Dat action sheet though pic.twitter.com/YzOqA2KaNe— Benjamin De Cock (@bdc) June 30, 2015
Despite the concern over use, people are mostly loving its features.
Coolest feature of Apple Music? You can watch music videos! ¿ pic.twitter.com/QSzPZfW0NC— Asem H. (@UMAD) June 30, 2015
The interface appears to be a big hit as well.
Thank you, Apple Music, that recording of Unforgettable was wonderful. All streamed using a very accessible interface. #A11Y— Michael Hansen (@MH3129) June 30, 2015
If you're an existing Beats Music user and you had some concerns about porting over your preferences and playlists, it appears you don't have to worry:
Wow. Migrating from my Beats Music account to Apple Music could not have been easier. Two taps, and all my stuff is there.— Dave Caolo (@davidcaolo) June 30, 2015