Apple has today updated their Apple Music application for Android, allowing it to download songs from the service to an SD card, which means that Android users can finally access that extra storage with the service, allowing users to listen to all of their music on the go and offline.

On top of this update, the app now allows users to view the full schedule of shows on Beats 1 on the Android platform.

And the update now allows users to browse music by composer or via complications, allowing for beta compatibility for classical music and soundtracks.

This makes the app beta for Android users, and bridges the gap between features on iOS and Android.

Unfortunately the app does not allow for streaming to an Apple TV or even Chromecast devices.

The new update is available for users to download from today, available to download for free from the Google Play Store.

Apple are still offering users a free three-month trial for the service.

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