Apple launches Beta version of Apple Music on Android

By | November 13, 2015


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Now, make way for Apple Music for Android device, as the music streaming service from Apple is available on Google Play Store from today.

This is the first user centric app created by Apple for Android phones. This music streaming service is beta version, which you can now download from Google Play Store. This is a pretty interesting move by Apple. But there is one simple but common question for all the Android users. What features have been included in the Android version of this music streaming service and which one has been left out? Apple offers same features that is offered to iOS users.



Apple Music was launched back in June, which contains more than 30 million songs, organized playlist created by music experts based on user’s interest. Apple music also has a live radio station named Beats 1.



If you want to use Apple Music on your Android device, you are going to need an Apple ID. If you use this Android version Apple music service, you’ll be able to sync your music to make Apple Music your one stop music hub. Android users won’t be able to buy songs as it requires iTunes Music Store.

Android users will get same features that Apple Music offers to iOS users, but its design has been changed to make it more like an Android app. This app requires Android version 4.3 and above. Apple Music for Android phones is rolling out in all the country except China and you can download it from Google Play Store.