Apple Music for Android update introduces a new music video experience

Apple Music for Android update introduces a new music video experience
Despite the rivalry between Android and iOS users, Google and Apple are trying to make their services available on both platforms. Apple Music is one of the music streaming services that don't require users to own an iOS device in order to access it.

There's a catch though, as you'll need an Apple ID to join the music streaming service. If you don't have one, you can create one and take advantage of the trial offer before paying for a subscription.

However, in order to make use of Apple Music, you'll need to download the dedicated app via Google Play Store. The app has been updated frequently since its launch, but it's still not quite on par with the iOS app.

Even so, the latest update is trying to improve things for Android users by offering “a new music video experience.” Apparently, Apple Music users on Android will be able to find what's new and popular in Music Video within Browse, as well as play videos back-to-back with exclusive music video playlists.

It's not really a major update, but it's still an improvement that should make the app more useful when you're looking for something fresh to listen to.


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