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Angola among the new countries with access to Apple Music

The technological giant Apple announced this Tuesday the expansion of its activity to another 20 countries, including Angola and Mozambique, which will now have access to the brand's applications and music, among other features.


"We are delighted to bring so many of Apple's beloved services to more users in more countries than ever before," commented Apple's vice president for Music and International Content.

"We hope that our consumers will be able to discover their podcasts, games, music and applications while we celebrate the best creators, artists and producers in the world," added Oliver Schusser, quoted in the statement released in Cupertino, Calif., Apple's headquarters.

As of this Tuesday, Apple Music, a program that allows access to most of the songs available worldwide, will be accessible to customers from 17 African countries, including Angola and Mozambique, this being the region of the world that receives the largest expansion of products and services of the North American brand.

App Stores, the online store of computer applications approved or developed by Apple, "is present in 175 countries and regions, being the most vibrant and secure market in the world", says the company, which points to 500 million visits every week .

Apple Music is now available in 167 countries and regions, offering 60 million songs that will be free for six months to new customers in those countries, according to the company.

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