The free ride for the first Apple Music subscribers is almost over. When Apple unveiled the music service -- its Spotify-killer -- along with iOS 8.4, it gave new users a three-month trial to try it out. If you subscribed on the June 30 launch, your free trial ends Sept. 30.

If you love what you're getting and are willing to pay $9.99 a month (or $14.99 a month for a family plan), you're good. No need to do anything. But if you'd been planning to jump ship, now's the time to start thinking about it.

Here's what to do:

On iOS

Apple Music Unsubscribe iOS 1 The subscription settings can be accessed through either the App Store or iTunes Music. Photo: Illustration/Luke Villapaz

1. Launch the iTunes Store or App Store.

2. Scroll to the bottom of the screen and tap your iTunes account and “View Apple ID.” It may prompt you for your Apple ID password.

Apple Music Unsubscribe iOS 2 Toggling off Apple Music's auto renewal settings can be done in just a few taps. Photo: Illustration/Luke Villapaz

3. Under the Subscriptions tab, tap Manage.

4. Tap “Your Membership - Apple Music Membership.”

5. Another screen will display your free trial expiration date, renewal options and automatic renewal.

6. To cancel the subscription, toggle “Automatic Renewal” off. The free trial for Apple Music will continue until the expiration date and will not renew automatically.

7. Hit done to save your changes.

On Desktop

1. Launch iTunes

2. Click the person silhouette icon and account info. The application may prompt you for your Apple ID and password.

iTunes Apple Music Unsubscribe 1 Apple iTunes account settings can be accessed through the silhouette icon located on the top bar of the app. Photo: Illustration/Luke Villapaz

3. Scroll to the bottom of the page and under Subscriptions, click manage.

4. Click the Edit link next to “Your Membership - Apple Music Membership.”

Apple Music Unsubscribe iOS 3 Individual subscriptions, including Apple Music, are displayed on the Manage Subscriptions page. Photo: Illustration/Luke Villapaz

5. Switch Automatic Renewal to off and hit done to save your changes.

Apple Music Unsubscribe iTunes 4 Toggling off automatic renewals will prevent charges from Apple Music once the free trial ends. Photo: Illustration/Luke Villapaz

Once your Apple Music subscription lapses, you will no longer have access to music saved for offline listening from the service. However, customers will still have access to Apple Music radio with limited skips and Beats 1 Radio.

For those that haven’t signed up for the service, Apple is still offering a free three month trial to new subscribers. After the end of the period, customers will be charged $9.99 per month for single users  or $14.99 per month for family of up to six people.