Apple Purchases Spotify, Merges It With Apple Music
CUPERTINO - In a somewhat shocking move, Apple CEO Tim Cook announced that they have purchased music rival Spotify for a whopping $20 million. Cook stated, "we at Apple want to bring our customers the very best in digital music and by merging with Spotify, we now have the largest digital music library in the world."

Daniel Ek, CEO of Spotify confirmed the merge 2 hours later. "We here at Spotify love to please our loyal fanbase and by doing this, we can open more and more possibilities with more music then anyone could ever wish for. Both for Apple Music and Spotify."

The merge means for anyone who loves to listen to music digitally either on their PC, mobile or tablet device can access a much larger library of titles then before. If anything more will come out of this is yet to be seen.

Apple Music made an impact this month when it decided to compete with popular music streaming services such as Spotify, Tidal and Pandora. The difference between the three is Apple Music's in-house podcasts, radio-like shows and live concerts.

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