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Apple Music too messy? Makeover may come soon for WWDC

The paid music-streaming service may be getting a cleaner look in time for the June developers' conference, while rival Spotify rolls out a new look this week. Also, Hulu plans to stream live TV in a cord-cutting bundle.

Apple Music can be messy to navigate when you're switching between the playlists, free radio stations and your own music library. But it may soon get a makeover.

Bloomberg reports Apple is working on a redesign to unveil at the June Worldwide Developers Conference, known as WWDC. But Apple Music isn't the only streaming service getting a new look. CNET Update has the details, along with news on Hulu's live-TV plans:

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