Doubleclick, the company that has been the go-to publisher app for Android users, is looking to expand its offerings to iOS.
Doubleclick announced that it is bringing the apps to iOS, and the company will provide a free trial of the app to users with iOS devices.
Doubleclick said it is offering the trial to all users with a valid iOS device.
The new app will have two major features: a full-featured music publishing service, as well as an in-app subscription service.
The new app has a lot of similarities to Apple Music, and is available for free on iOS devices with the new Apple Music Music subscription plan.
It will also allow users to subscribe to a paid-for subscription, which will provide additional features.
The company has previously launched a mobile app called DoubleClick Music, which launched in October and is designed to compete with Spotify.
Spotify has previously said it will add an iPhone app in the future.
Apple Music is currently available on the iPhone, iPad, Mac, Windows, and Linux, and offers a premium version for $10 per month.
It also offers an unlimited number of paid subscriptions to play with and is the only streaming service that Apple Music is not available on its own.