Apple music
Apple CEO Tim Cook (L) greets senior vice president of internet services and software Eddy Cue during his keynote address at the Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco, California June 8, 2015. Sonos' wireless speakers will be among the gadgets to support Apple Music. Reuters

Apple Music officially launches for iOS with 8.4, Apple Watch, Mac and PC at 11 a.m. EDT on Tuesday. The streaming service will be dropping on Android in the fall, and by the end of the year it will also be available on Sonos speaker systems.

Sonos is currently working with Apple to make its wireless devices compatible with Apple Music, Sonos spokesman Eric Nielsen said to the Wall Street Journal on Sunday. This was then confirmed in an email from Apple, although a specific release date was not announced.

With the addition of Apple Music Sonos becomes a leader in partnerships, with streaming services such as Spotify, Pandora, Google Play Music and SoundCloud already available on the speakers.

Apple Music is $9.99 a month for an individual membership and $14.99 a month for a family. Users can also sign up for a 3-month free trial. Similar to Spotify the service will give personal recommendations from a database of over 30 million songs, and have a 24/7 radio station.