Apple Music for Android updated with a feature that iPhone users can't have

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Apple Music for Android updated with a feature that iPhone users can't have
Available since November, Apple Music for Android today received an update that brings several new things. The most important novelty is the ability to download songs on SD cards, which means you can store more music offline. As you surely know, this is something that can't be done on iPhones, because no iPhone supports external memory cards (of course, there are also plenty of Android handsets that don't have expandable memory).

Another thing that Android users can now do in the Apple Music app is check out the full schedule of Beats 1 radio shows. Moreover, the application now allows you to browse music by composers and compilations.

At the moment, users don't seem to be too happy with what Apple Music for Android is offering. The app is rated 3.3 out of 5 stars in Google Play (usually, well received apps have at least 4 stars).

Apple Music for Android is free to download, and comes with a 3-month free trial that gives you access to more than 30 million songs. After the trial period ends, you can subscribe for $9.99 per month (individual subscription), or $14.99 per month (family of up to six users). Have you tried Apple Music on Android yet?


source: Google Play
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