Apple Music is now available on Google Play Store

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When Apple announced the new streaming music service; Apple Music, the announcement was used to report that Apple intended to convey Apple Music to Android shortly after Summer. No sooner said than done. Although it was not after the summer but just before Christmas. From this moment, all Android users who want to enjoy the wide range of Apple Music on your Android device can now download the application directly from Google Play.

With the arrival of Apple Music to Android, purchases have previously made music in iTunes can consult them through this application directly. Ancient Music Beats users will have to use from now on this new application if they want to continue enjoying the service.

The playlist and libraries can be transferred without any problem. Currently Windows Phone users will have to continue using the Beats Music application for your platform, as Apple does not intend to get its music service to this platform, at least for now.


Music Apple currently has 6.5 million paying subscribers while about 15 million are still testing the service for free, as Tim Cook said last October at a conference organized by The New York Times.

The subscription service Apple Music is available through all the different platforms such as Apple iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Apple Watch, Apple TV 4, Mac, PC and Android now. Now we have to see if Android users rate the application again with a star, which can not be less, being a direct application of the competence of the Android platform.

Users who want to hire the service will have to checkout and pay the same price as Apple users for a rate of $9.99  per month and $14.99 per month for family accounts that require an iOS device or Mac .

Download Apple Music for Android from here.

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