I don't use Spotify, and I have a reasonably extensive music collection in iTunes, but I do use Pandora because sometimes I want to hear music of a particular theme that's outside of my collection. Pandora works fine in shorter time frames, but gets repetitive over a longer stretch, so I was hoping that Apple Music would give me a better option with its (supposedly) larger library. Ignoring the cost difference (i.e. Pandora is free), I have found Apple Music to be underwhelming. The "For You" playlists are just 10 tracks long, which means that I have to fish my phone out of my pocket when I'm in the car to try and start a new playlist. Why can't it just continue on that theme until I change it? Also, it has clearly read my music library, as about 90% of the tiles on the (virtually impenetrable) interface are offering me "deep dives" into bands for which I already own pretty much every album ever released. What's the point of that? Also, I don't need to be "introduced to" a band that I already own. I have already stopped using it. I for sure won't keep the service once they start charging for it, unless there's a major overhaul between now and the end of the free trial. It used to be that Apple innovated and others copied. Then Jobs died, and Apple devolved into a Microsoft-like giant that trades on past glories while churning out bad copies of other people's ideas.