Apple Music for Android is updated to version 0.9.11, fixes a couple of issues

The Apple Music for Android app has been updated. Among the issues that Apple needed to fix were ones related to the playback of songs. Android users were missing the first few seconds of songs that were streaming on the app. In addition, albums being added to a playlist were showing up in an unexpected order.

The newly updated version of Apple Music for Android is now available in the Google Play Store. Like those using iOS, Android users can have a free three-month free trial of the streaming music service. After that has expired, individuals can pay $9.99 a month ($4.99 for students). Families with up to six members can pay $14.99 each month. Apple has 15 million paid subscribers to the service, half the number of paid subscribers that Spotify has. The latter is the largest music streaming service and has been around for much longer than the one year that Apple Music has been available for.

The new version of the app is version number 0.9.11. If your Android handset hasn't received the update, you can open the Google Play Store, click on the hamburger menu, click on My apps & games, and look for Apple Music. 

source: Apple Music (Android) via MacRumors

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