Apple Music For Android Now Available To Download – Direct Link


The official Apple Music app for Android is now available to download directly from the Google Play Store. We have the complete details and direct download link right here.

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When Apple announced Apple Music for the first time, it revealed that the service would be available on a wide variety of devices, with Android being one of the supported platforms apart from iOS, Windows and Mac itself. Since Apple Music's release, Apple has been very silent regarding the release of the app for Android users, and instead, we were only treated to a few leaked screenshots, giving us a glimpse of what the app would look like once it bears fruit. Thankfully, everything changes today as the company has seen it fit to release the official Apple Music app for Android users, and the app is available to download directly from the Google Play Store absolutely free.



The Apple Music app for Android features all the bells and whistles you'd expect from the service on iOS, but Apple has designed the app in such a way that it blends in well with the overall aesthetics of Android itself. Users who download the app can rest assured that they will feel right at home and there won't be a sign of alienation at any corner.

Introducing the beta of Apple Music on Android.

Notes about the beta period:
• Music videos are coming soon.
• Family membership sign-ups and upgrades require Mac or iOS.
• Sign-up process to be optimized for Android.

As you can see, the Apple Music app carries a beta tag with it, hence it's not a final product with some of the features missing from the overall package, such as music videos. And of course, if you're going for a family plan, then you need to have an iOS device or Mac at hand to jump onboard. And lastly, since this is beta software, expect a few rough corners around the edges, but we're certain Apple will iron everything out in the days and weeks to come so be sure to keep on updating the Apple Music app through the Play Store to stay on top of your game.



You can download the Apple Music app directly from this link, but do keep in mind that you'll need an Apple Music subscription in order to stream music, which will set you back $9.99 a month if you're an individual listener, or $14.99 for a family plan.