In November, Spotify, a music service that’s owned by Apple, announced it was shutting down its iCamps streaming service.
The service, which offered live streams of hundreds of thousands of artists and bands, was the brainchild of a former Apple Music employee.
Apple had been looking to bring more music streaming services to its platform after Spotify shut down.
ICLoud, which is owned by ICLod, is a music-streaming service that streams the songs and artists you’re listening to.
Users can listen to music by artists like Eminem, Bob Dylan, and more.
The service offers access to hundreds of millions of songs that artists and labels can download.
You can also add music and videos to your library from your smartphone.
If you’re not already subscribed to ICLear, you can sign up here.
ICLoud has more than 3 million paid subscribers.
You’ll need an Apple ID or an Apple Pay to use the service.
It’s not a Spotify-owned service, though.
Spotify was acquired by Google in 2017.
In its announcement, Spotify said it was closing down the service because of “significant costs,” which it described as “in the range of $100 million.”
Spotify has not said how many paid subscribers the service has.
Apple is a huge music streaming service company.
The company owns Beats, Apple Music, and Apple Music Pass, which offers access from the Apple Music app.