After 10 months of beta testing, Apple has finally released the full version of the Apple Music app on Android. The full version of Apple Music is now available through Google Play Store. The beta version of the Apple Music app had some bugs. Many Android users aren’t familiar with the Apple Music app. It is a great music player with iOS-like interface on the Android OS. The full version of Apple Music features various bug fixes and a new music equalizer.

Full Version of Apple Music on Android Now Available

 

Full Version of Apple Music on Android Now Available

The app requires an Apple account. Just like Apple Music for iOS, the Android version of it works only for music files. You can create a playlist, stream music from the internet & online radio and you can also buy songs from the iTunes. If you like to listen to music without the internet then you can download music and access it offline.

Apple Music also has a search option where you can search your favourite artists, music bands, and soundtracks. You can also search music according to your favourite genre. If you are a fan of pop music then just select the pop music genre and the Apple Music app will search pop music for you.

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There is still room for some improvement, though. Google Now commands won’t work with Apple Music app. The application has a great UI and it is quite stable and bug-free. There are some Android-exclusive features too, such as a home screen widget and SD card storage option.

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Apple Music app can now support SD card means you can download your favorite music on your SD card. The three-month trial of Apple Music is now available on Google Play Store for new users.