Apple Music Now Available on Android Devices

That's is right, Apple just released an Android version of its Apple Music service for all non-iOS users to check out. For those who are not quite sure what an Apple Music is, this is the company's own take on the now-popular music streaming service, a version they have that competes head-to-head with Spotify and Google's Play Music. Until today, this service was only available to all Apple-made devices users.

Like iOS users, Android peeps will also be able to take advantage of its three-month free trial, once the free trial period is over a $9.99/month fee will occur, unless you cancel prior to expiration. As of the moment only individual plan is available, family or shared plan will also soon be launched.

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The Apple Music for Android app is still in beta stage but a lot of features from its iOS counterpart are already available there including Apple's own radio station Beats 1.

One big catch though, and I think it's a best move Apple has made when releasing this app is that everyone is required to have an Apple ID to sign up, this is I think to tease long-time Android users into switching to iOS ecosystem. If you already have an Apple ID, you can just use this one.

You want to try this Apple Music on your Android device now? Head to its Google Play page here.


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