The streaming music marketplace is pretty saturated, but if anyone can make a dent in it it’s Apple. After a year of chatter, Apple’s service is on the way. Apple Music, which is coming to the company’s devices on June 30 and eventually in the form of an Android app, will cost $10/month or $15/month for a family of up to six people (everyone will get a free 3-month trial), offer you access to Apple’s extensive music library along with your previously purchased tracks, and allow you to tune into curated playlists and radio stations. Basically, it’s very similar to Spotify, without the free option. That said, it does have the power of Apple and Beats behind it, and it will learn about your tastes as you listen, so we’re willing to give it a shot and then decide whether we’ll be switching over from our other service.