Apple Music, the music streaming service from Apple has finally landed on Android. Users can now sign up for a three month free trial period similar to the iPhone users.
Along with Apple Music, Android users will now have a direct link to iTunes and can listen to Beats 1 radio. Apple Music for Android is currently in beta so it is missing a few features and upgrades. Similar to iOS, the Apple Music service will cost $9.99 per month once the free trial is over. The service claims to offer 30 million songs and it even offers handpicked recommendations by music experts based on what you already listen to and love.
The Apple Music app listing on the Google Play Store states that music videos are coming soon to the app. Also, you will need a Mac or iOS in order to sign up for a family membership and upgrades. The sign-up process will be optimized for Android. Apple first announced that Apple Music would be coming to Android back in June during its Developer Conference.
Recently, Apple CEO Tim Cook said that company’s music service now has 6.5 million paying customers, with 8.5 million users in a trial period. Apple Music app for Android will require Android 4.3 or later and the app is available for download on the Google Play Store.
Play Link – Apple Music