Did you sign up for Apple's streaming music service Apple Music? We told you about it just before summer, when Apple launched a free three-month trial.
Apple Music is definitely worth checking out, even if you use other streaming services like Spotify, Rdio, Google Music or Pandora. Apple Music has more than 30 million streaming songs.
You can listen to some exclusive artists found nowhere else. Apple Music lets you download music to listen to offline, and you can watch videos. Plus, like Google Music, Apple Music also gives you some online storage space. (Check out the Komando.com streaming music service comparison chart.)
There is one gotcha, though, that you need to know: Starting tomorrow, Apple Music is no longer free. Its three-month trial is coming to an end. If you signed up, you're going to start getting automatically charged $9.99 a month, or $14.99 for your whole family.
That is, unless you tell Apple Music not to automatically charge you. If you're not sure how to do that, you need to go to your profile page, then View Apple ID.
Go to Manage Subscriptions, then turn off Apple Music's automatic renewal. Click here for a quick step-by-step guide, to make sure Apple Music doesn't automatically bill you tomorrow. Unless, of course, you want it to.