Apple first unveiled their Apple Music streaming service back at WWDC in June of last year.

Shortly after that, they launched the app on Android on November 10th and in that time, the app has been downloaded more than 10 million times on Android, via the Google Play Store.

That’s a huge number for any application and shows that the service is fairly popular.

That said, it’s still quite far away from a number of other services, including Spotify, who have over 100 million downloads on their Android device.

Since its launch, Apple has added a number of new features to the app, including saving music to SD cards, the addition of a home screen widget, equaliser settings, and various other improvements.

With WWDC around the corner, it’s likely that Apple will boost some more numbers about Apple Music and other services, as well as some new announcements.

We will let you know if we hear any of that.

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