When Apple Music was initially announced, Apple was also happy to confirm the app would find its way to Android devices as well.
Since then, Apple Music for Android has been available in a beta release, seeing minor updates that add features, like storing music for offline playback on a microSD card, and more. However, the app’s latest update brings the version number up to 1.0.0, which officially means it has exited the beta phase of its life, and entered the next stage.
The newest update is relatively minor in scope, but it does also include minor bug fixes, and improvements to stability and music playback. It also adds equalizer settings for good measure.
Apple Music for Android is available as a free download, and there’s a free trial period for new subscribers, but after that it’s $9.99 per month for an individual.
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