But it doesn't integrate with SiriI can't decide too, but currently I'm an Apple Music subscriber. I love the curated playlists, the clean UI and the better sound quality (personal opinion). I use it a lot on Apple Watch (Spotify doesn't have a dedicated app). Oh, of course, there is no limit for downloads and that's great. iCloud library is a good idea (when it works), but some bugs are too annoying.
Spotify has an excellent app without bugs and some great features such as Connect, social playlists and personal playlists (discovery and radar). And, at least here in Brasil, spotify's catalog is better.
Yes, you can create your own playlists, but the way of share them is different and sort of limited. You can only share your playlists on social networks (twitter, Facebook...) or via text messages (iMessage, SMS, WhatsApp and so on).Can you create your own playlists and share them on either service?
You can easily share playlists within Spotify. That is actually one of the coolest features in Spotify, since there's a myriad of great user-created playlists to explore for any genre or other grouping you can imagine. Nothing comparable exists on Apple Music. Of course you can share AM playlists with friends using some external social network, but there is no one place to easily search and browse what others have shared.Can you create your own playlists and share them on either service?
True, there's lots of tracks not on Spotify that are on AMSpotify is terrible. Great service to hear the same 20 song playlist over and over again. I listen to full albums all the time hits and b-sides and Spotify is missing many of the b-sides. AM and the subsidized Amazon Music has got me covered for all my music needs.
Just FYI, you can turn this off in Settings > Music. There's a toggle there for keeping songs added to playlists from being added to your library.I don't like the way Apple Music clutters everything up and forces you to add songs to your library before you can have them in a playlist. Others may prefer the integration though.