Apple Music For Android: 5 Key Features To Know

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    Apple's music subscription service, Apple Music, has finally available for Android platform. Apple Music apps now allows you to groove to more than 30 million music tracks from your Android smartphones or tablets.

    Android users who sign up for Apple Music will get three months free trail, later a paid subscription will be required to access the services. Apple Music subscription costs Rs. 120 per month for individual and Rs 190 per month for a family up to 6 users and can be used across many devices.

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    Today, we have listed out all the details about the Apple Music for Android, read on to know more.

    Apple Music for Android

    The new Apple Music app for Android comes with same features but has a new design. Just like the iOS app, it has music recommendations, curated playlists, connect to update, favorite artists and radio streaming.

    Apple Music for Android

    Apple Music on iOS allows users to search and play music by speaking to their iPhone with voice assistant Siri. Well, on Android, there is no Siri, instead comes with Google Now. At the moment, Apple Music for Android is not integrated with the Google Now.

    Apple Music for Android

    Apple Music on iPhone or on iPad has the similar audio quality because of similar hardware. However, this is not in the case with Android, there are many smartphone makers and produce devices with different hardware. So the sound quality of the Apple Music for Android will differ depending on smartphone hardware quality.

    Apple Music for Android

    Apple Music for Android is limited for single subscription sign-ups. The family plan upgrade will be done through Apple devices.

    Apple Music for Android

    Apple has released the beta version of its Music app on Android platform. This means, is is still under development and bugs and issues are common.

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