Apple Music for Android is getting a long overdue makeover

Apple Music for Android is getting a long overdue makeover
It might surprise some of you, but with more than 10 million downloads to date, Apple Music is a hugely popular Android application. Apparently, Apple realized the potential and released a new and improved version that brings a new design and lots of new features.

If you didn't like Apple Music until now, consider this a new beginning. Apple Music 2.0.0 features an all-new design that makes the app clearer and easier to use. First off, the For You section now comes with loads of recommendations.

The music player has been overhauled and now offers quick access to queued songs, as well as lyrics. The new Library section now allows users to navigate their music much easier and see the Downloaded Music they can play while offline.

The Now Playing screen features the ability to read song lyrics and has a card-like interface. Also, just like Google Play Music, Apple's app now offers users the option to listen to playlists filtered by mood or activity.

Of course, you can even tune in to Beats 1 shows or listen to stations for any genre if you're more into the radio stuff. Apple Music 2.0.0 has already been pushed to Google Play Store, so you might want to check it out.



source: Google Play

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