The app comes with a 90-day free trial, after which you have to pay $9.99 per month.
After revealing the screenshots at WWDC earlier this year in June, Apple has finally released the much-awaited Apple Music app for Android. The music subscription service is available for 90-day free trial on Google Play, after which users will have to pay a monthly subscription fee of $9.99.
The app makes its way to all those countries where Apple Music is available for iOS, except for China, where the app will make its entry in the near future.
As the app is in beta mode at the moment, it lacks various basic features, including music videos. The sign-up process is not optimized for Android, and sign-ups for family membership can only be done through iOS and Mac.
It is the first real app developed by the company for Android, as previous apps were just migration tools.
The app is very similar to its iOS counterpart and is compatible with Android 4.3 or later version.
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