Apple Music for Android updated with a feature that iPhone users can't have
posted by Florin T. / Feb 03, 2016, 8:54 PM
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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does this mean the new iphone will support SD card ?
posted on Feb 03, 2016, 9:34 PM 2
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Everyone keeps saying apple is in trouble of becoming the next BB Or Nokia(I don't think so) I believe an sd card slot would get more android users to switch to ios then apple thinks. It's never going to happen but he it's their loss
posted on Feb 03, 2016, 10:07 PM 3
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Typical of some android fanboys giving bad ratings cuz its from apple …
posted on Feb 03, 2016, 9:37 PM 7
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not really like the guy above said on android its buggy on my s6 edge it would stop playing songs or switch to the next song all by itself got REALLY frustrating ,went back to play music so far so good .
posted on Feb 03, 2016, 9:43 PM 6
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Even iPhone users don't like it in general.
posted on Feb 03, 2016, 9:45 PM 10
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will i be able to create apple account without giving my payment details? and will those offline downloaded songs can be played from other music players and shared with others?
posted on Feb 04, 2016, 1:08 AM 0
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Apple being Crapp|e, they'd probably have some DRM stuff on the music files preventing that like they did in iTunes on Windows. However, if that's the case, you could import them into your iTunes library on a PC and re-create the AAC version to remove the DRM nonsense. That's what I had to do to be able to use my paid iTunes music on my OnePlus One...
posted on Feb 04, 2016, 1:23 AM 0
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you cant take the rating for a apple app serious on google sadly. HOWEVER that 3.3 isn't too far off, I canceled my google play music subscription when apple music came out because the 3 free months. and MAN i9 was soo app to back to google play music last month. It runs soo much better and the UI is much more friendly then apples. I could let the bugs slide because it was in beta, but the UI alone was bad and it would do stupid stuff
posted on Feb 04, 2016, 2:16 PM 0
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