Beats Music is finally closing down: The Apple-owned music subscription service will cease operations on Nov. 30. Users were informed of the deadline with a post on the Beats Music support website, which said that remaining subscriptions will be canceled.
Apple acquired Beats Music as part of its $3 billion Beats Electronics acquisition in early 2014. The company used the Beats team to build its own Apple Music subscription service, and has been urging remaining Beats Music subscribers to switch to the new service ever since it launched this summer.
The reason Beats Music was still up and running was largely its Android app, which Apple Music didn’t offer at launch. However, this week, Apple filled this gap, making it possible to finally retire Beats Music.