Apple has finally launched their music streaming service, Apple Music on Android.

This comes after the app was leaked sometime ago, showing what seems to be a similar design to the official version that we have now.

You can download Apple Music on Android for free from the Google Play Store, after which you will be able to sign up to Apple’s 3 month free trial just like the iOS version of the app.

Once that trial is over you will then need to subscribe to the service for a monthly fee, this is £9.99 for a single user and £14.99 for a family plan.

Whilst you have a subscription you will be able to access both the Beats1 radio station (also available without a subscription) and Apple’s full library of 30 million tracks, which are available to stream and to listen offline.

You can find out more about the new app at the source link below, where you can also download it for yourself.

Source Google

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