Apple has released a beta version on the Google Play shop, its second program created for Android. Access to new releases, playlists, iTunes Radio, and iTunes purchases is a part of the program from your get go.
Music videos and household subscriptions should be incorporated prior to the Android variant of Apple Music hits version 1.0; Ver. 0.9.0 encourages users to begin a 3-month free trial.
Google imposes a 30% transaction fee on all programs and in-program merchandises that sold on Google Play, while Apple Music subscriptions are available in-program or through iTunes: $9.99 per month for people, or $14.99 for a family strategy adapting up to six.
Apple’s first Android program was the feather-ruffling “Move to iOS” program that mimicked the iOS style, and supporting Android users to migrate their data and programs over to Apple’s ecosystem.
“We wanted customers on Android to naturally be able to use it – what they’ve learned and how they interact is common,” Apple’s SVP of Internet Software and Services, Eddy Cue, told TechCrunch.
“We wanted to make sure that they felt very familiar with Apple Music when they sat down to use it.”