Following the most recent Apple Music launch for users in Turkey last week, the subscription music streaming service and accompanying Beats 1 radio station have now officially launched in Taiwan.

Apple Music is available now for users in Taiwan that want to subscribe and comes with the usual three month free trial before monthly pricing kicks in at NT $150 (around $4.50 USD), or NT $240 for a family plan. And Beats 1 is also launching alongside Apple Music in the region (which isn’t always the case) and like other markets is available free to listen for all with or without a subscription. The Taiwan version of Apple Music and radio features, like other local markets, will include curated content from local artists that you wouldn’t normally see much on the service outside of the area. 

Apple quietly launched the Apple Music service for users in Turkey last week, but it wasn’t until over the weekend following our report that the service went live in Taiwan. Apple also updated its official list of availability by country to reflect the changes.

In total, Apple now lists 113 countries and regions (below) that support Apple Music and Beats 1 including a ton of markets— like Russia, India, China, Japan, & more— where some of its top competitors, like Spotify, are not available. But Spotify, currently in 97 territories, is also in a few locations Apple Music has yet to launch, although Apple is quickly closing that gap as the most recent additions, including Turkey and Taiwan, were regions Spotify was already available and leading.

And while a few of the markets Apple Music is live don’t support Beats 1 radio — Jordan, Hungary, and Bahrain to be exact — otherwise the full streaming service and subscription model is available in all the regions listed below.

If you’re curious, here’s Apple’s full list of country availability:

  1. Anguilla
  2. Gambia
  3. Nigeria
  4. Antigua & Barbuda
  5. Germany
  6. Norway
  7. Argentina
  8. Ghana
  9. Oman
  10. Armenia
  11. Greece
  12. Panama
  13. Australia
  14. Grenada
  15. Papua New Guinea
  16. Austria
  17. Guatemala
  18. Paraguay
  19. Azerbaijan
  20. Guinea-Bissau
  21. Peru
  22. Honduras
  23. Philippines
  24. Bahrain
  25. Hong Kong
  26. Poland
  27. Barbados
  28. Hungary
  29. Portugal
  30. Belarus
  31. India
  32. Belgium
  33. Indonesia
  34. Romania
  35. Belize
  36. Ireland
  37. Russia
  38. Bermuda
  39. Italy,
  40. St. Kitts & Nevis
  41. Bolivia
  42. Japan
  43. Singapore
  44. Saudi Arabia
  45. Botswana
  46. Jordan
  47. Slovakia
  48. Brazil
  49. Kazakhstan
  50. Slovenia
  51. British Virgin Islands
  52. Kenya
  53. South Africa
  54. Bulgaria
  55. Kyrgystan
  56. Spain
  57. Laos
  58. Sri Lanka
  59. Cambodia
  60. Latvia
  61. Swaziland
  62. Canada,
  63. Lebanon,
  64. Sweden,
  65. Cape Verde,
  66. Lithuania,
  67. Switzerland,
  68. Cayman Islands,
  69. Luxembourg,
  70. Taiwan,
  71. Chile,
  72. Macau
  73. Tajikistan
  74. China
  75. Malaysia
  76. Thailand
  77. Colombia
  78. Costa Rica
  79. Malta
  80. Trinidad & Tobago
  81. Mauritius
  82. Cyprus
  83. Mexico
  84. Turkey
  85. Czech Republic
  86. Turkmenistan
  87. Denmark
  88. Micronesia
  89. Uganda
  90. Dominica
  91. Moldova
  92. Ukraine
  93. Dominican Republic
  94. Mongolia
  95. United Arab Emirates
  96. Ecuador
  97. United Kingdom
  98. Egypt
  99. Nepal
  100. United States
  101. El Salvador
  102. Netherlands
  103. Uzbekistan
  104. Estonia
  105. New Zealand
  106. Venezuela
  107. Fiji,
  108. Nicaragua
  109. Vietnam
  110. Finland
  111. Niger
  112. Zimbabwe
  113. France

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