Beats Music launched earlier today, making its debut for both iOS and Android, the new music streaming service from the company is now available to download in the form of an app from both Apple’s App Store and the Google Play Store.

No international pricing has been confirmed, but given that in the US it costs $9.99 a month, the UK version should be available for around £9.99 in the UK and $11.99 in Australia, with a seven day free trial for available.

For that price you get access to around 20 million songs in total with a variety of features to make it different from other services.

Such features include something called a sentence feature, which will allow the user to fill in the blacks from a sentence, something like “I’m [somewhere] and feel like [doing something] with [someone] to [genre]”, then you press play and the app will play an infinite playlist.

There will also be an app for Windows Phone devices on Friday.

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