Apple Music beta strums its way to Android
The Apple Music beta has finally arrived on Android, and you can now sign up for a three month free trial. Apple first announced that Apple Music would be coming to Android back in June during its Developer Conference, and since then there has not been much information about it.
With Apple Music, you'll have access to over 30 million songs, be able to get handpicked recommendations from music experts, browse and play the newest music and much more. As you'd expect with the beta tag you can expect some issues, which Apple has outlined as:
- Music videos are coming soon.
- Sign-ups and upgrades to Family memberships require Mac or iOS.
- Sign-up process to be optimized for Android.
You can download Apple Music from the Google Play Store now.
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