Apple Music beta is now available for Android

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Apple has kept up to its promises. Back when it released Apple Music for iOs devices, it said that Apple Music will also be available for android. The much-awaited Apple Music app is available in its beta version for Android users on the Google Play Store

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The app is currently in beta. There are a few issues here as the app is not entirely optimized for Android users as still remains Apple friendly. Apple Music for Android comes with a free three-month trial period after which it is paid. It has curated list of music, playlists, recommendations from music experts and other features that are curated by Apple editors.Users of Apple Music will also get access to Beats 1 radio as well as other stations curated by editors.

Apple Music beta is now available for Android

 

The My Music shows the purchases made on the iTunes store and music that is saved for offline listening in the Apple Music app. The best part about the Apple Music is the collection of songs, it has a vast library of music and is a must have app for those who love music. In the US, the Apple Music app is available for a subscription of $9.99 per month. The Apple Music has been launched globally for android, though it could be unavailable in some regions.

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Interestingly, native Apple users to see their purchases on the iTunes store inside the app. Android users can also pay for their subscription through Google Wallet.

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