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How Twitter reacted to Apple Music’s first day

Apple Music has now been live for the better part of a day, and we’ve all had a good chance to play around with the company’s first audio streaming service.

Needless to say, the online community is pretty split over the Spotify rival, so we’ve turned to Twitter to find out what the web thinks about Apple Music so far.

Related: Apple Music Launch: The Essential Guide

1. We’re kicking off proceedings with claims of Spotify’s imminent demise. Ten points to this guy…

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2. It’s not all rosy on the UX front, mind. Can you say #crapple?
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3. And then there’s a few that don’t even know how to get on board the good ship Apple.
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4. It’s not like people don’t want to hear Zane Lowe’s melodic Kiwi tones. They just don’t know how.

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5. It seems all those keen bean developers aren’t too chuffed either. The early bird caught bugger all this time…
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6. But maybe it’s not so bad missing out on Apple Music. This guy probably wishes he’d stuck with that Spotify subscription.
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7. For some, the wait took a serious toll. You might want to see a doctor about that, Guardian Tech…
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8. The Beats 1 radio station is oblivious to Twitter’s angst though. And why wouldn’t they be – the interminably happy Pharrell is all up in Zane HQ.
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9. If you hated being forced to download U2’s new album, imagine how Blink 182’s Mark Hoppus feels about automatically following himself…

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10. But there are always the believers…
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