A couple of weeks ago, Apple was getting ready to roll out its Apple Music streaming service.
And for a lot of music fans, that meant streaming from the iPhone.
And a new poll has revealed that people who have paid $15 or more to use Apple Music have had a harder time switching to the service.
Apple Music was launched in late 2016 and has already racked up over a million paying subscribers.
But the service was launched with only a handful of major labels on board.
That meant artists like Kanye West, Rihanna, and Lady Gaga were limited to only being able to use the service for limited periods.
Spotify has a different policy and allows users to access their music without restrictions.
The new poll from Billboard asked about the impact of Apple Music on paying subscribers’ listening habits.
The question asked whether Apple Music’s music is more relevant to people who are paying for music, or if it’s less important to them.
The survey found that while Apple Music has become more relevant in terms of music consumption among paying subscribers, the percentage of paying subscribers who still listen to their favorite artists has declined.
Apple has struggled to find enough artists to play on Apple Music, with only 10 percent of all the artists currently available on the service playing on the platform.
And the service’s most popular artists, including Kanye West and Rihanna , haven’t had a lot to do with Apple Music.
Spotify’s artists like Jay-Z, Beyoncé, and Rihana have been part of the service, but they’ve mostly been playing for free.