The music streaming service, that was first launched in the summer of 2015, was exclusively available to IOS users, now, 4 months later an Android version has been unveiled and built especially to look and work as a native Android application. All buttons and features within the Apple Music app have been carefully altered to match the style of Android apps and to cater to the Android user experience.
The app contains most of the same features found within the IOS app, including Radio, Beats 1, New, Connect and For You which is a section of specially human-curated playlists. Some features however, are missing such as Music Videos and the option to obtain a Family Plan subscription, as this can only be purchased with an Apple ID.
By allowing the popular music streaming application to go cross-platform, Apple can be looking at a further outreach of new subscribers and fans dedicated to listening and streaming their content.
Find out more about Apple Music for Android here.