Apple has recently launched its new serviced Apple Music which includes Beats 1 Radio. Apple Music and Beats 1 Radio are available across 110 countries. (US, UK, Canada, Australia, Germany). The service is geoblocked in Middle East countries. (Saudi Arabia, UAE, Qatar, Lebanon, Turkey). To unblock Beats Radio 1 in these countries, you need VPN.
How to unblock/listen to Apple Music and Beats 1 Radio for free
How to unblock Apple Music/Beats 1 Radio – VPN.
Apple Music and Beats 1 Radio are only available in selected regions. They are also cheaper in countries such as India. You can unblock Apple Music and Beats 1 Radio or change your region to get a cheaper version. Simply change your IP address using VPN.
Download and install a VPN app to your Mac, iPhone, iPad, iPod, Android, or PC. Choose a region/country where Apple Music is available. Download the app from iTunes. Enjoy Apple Music and Beats 1 Radio.
You will have to change your iTunes region, but that is fairly easy to do.
On your device. Open settings.
Go to iTunes and App Stores.
Click Apple ID. Enter your password.
Click country/region. Choose the new country in which Apple Music is available.
VPN also encrypts all of your traffic to protect your online privacy.
Make sure you choose a VPN provider with fast server located across the world such as ExpressVPN.
Apple Music/Beats 1 Radio Best Features.
A three-months free trial is available.
The feature “Connect” allows you to interact with your favorite artists.
Thanks to “Family Plan”, up to 6 family members can access the same Apple Music account.
You can add Apple Music songs to your library and listen to them online.
How to unblock Apple Music/Beats 1 Radio.
Apple Music and Beats 1 Radio may or may not become available in geoblocked regions in the near future. Thanks to VPN, there’s no need to wait. Simply go ahead and unblock Apple Music/Beats 1 Radio using VPN today.
Streaming gadgets geek. Interested in every little thing there is to know about bypassing regional restrictions. An avid believer in the right to protect online privacy. Charles has also reviewed plenty of VPN service providers and knows how to separate the good apples from the bad ones.