Set to debut on June 30, Apple revealed the name of its highly anticipated music streaming service and what capabilities will be incorporated into the app at the Worldwide Developers Conference today. Dubbed Apple Music, the service will allow users to stream over 30 million songs from Apple's music catalog. The firm also unveiled Beats 1, a live radio station that will broadcast around the clock, with music curated by well-known DJs in New York, Los Angeles and London. Apple Music will also include Siri integration, so users can go hands-free when requesting song choices. A new feature called Connect fosters interaction between artists and fans like never before. It will allow artists to preview upcoming work, upload lyrics and share backstage photos with fans via Messages, Facebook, Twitter and email.

Users of Apple Music will enjoy a three-month free membership, after which a $9.99/month subscription fee will apply. A family plan will also be available for $14.99/month. For more information head over to Apple Music.

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