It seamlessly integrates with your existing iTunes library
In order to have all the music you’ve previously purchased available alongside your playlists on Spotify, you need to go through the tedious process of importing it from iTunes. However, with Music, it's automatically integrated into your experience. This is particularly convenient when it comes to material you already purchased from artists who haven’t made their full catalog available for streaming, like The Beatles, Prince, and Bob Seger.
It offers a better (and cheaper) family plan
One of Apple Music’s biggest selling points when it was first unveiled was its more affordable price point for premium subscriptions, and it still holds true. The Apple Music family plan can be shared by up to six users and runs just $14.99 per month. Spotify’s family plan, on the other hand, tacks on an extra $5 for each additional person sharing (on top of the $9.99 initial fee), and limits the number of people who can share an account to five.