Apple Music (beta) is now available for Android

Apple Music (beta) is now available for Android

When he presented the Apple Music to the world at WWDC 2015, Ma promised to launch the service also for the Android still in 2015. Now it is available on Google Play in all countries where the service was launched (with the exception of China.

Apple Music for Android

We're still talking about a beta app, but pretty much everything is there: 3-month trial period, more than 30 million songs in the catalog, curated / recommended by experts in the area, Beats 1 radio access, Connect social network, a playlists and purchases made on the iTunes Store, etc. The video clips (which will arrive soon) and the possibility of subscribing to a family plan through the device (a Mac or iOS device for this purpose) are not included in this beginning.

As with iOS, anyone who is still using Beats Music (former Beats music service that died) on Android can easily migrate to Apple Music. With this release, the service is now available for iPhones, iPod touch, iPads, Apple Watch, Apple TV (fourth generation), Macs, PCs and Android.

Without a doubt, Google's mobile operating system, which is the most widely used in the world, will play an important role in the service's user base. Currently, according to Tim Cook, about 15 million people are using the service, including 6.5 million paying users, the rest are in the free trial period.

Apple Music, the third official Apple app for the Android platform before it, the company launched Move to iOS and Beats Pill +. Do not be surprised if, in a short time, it is flooded with negative reviews on Google Play. 😝

(via 9to5Mac)