Apple Music’s Real Android App Is Ready

Last November, Apple fulfilled its promise to bring its subscription music service to Android users. Only, that app was simply a beta of Apple Music. Today, the company unveiled its real app. 

Apple unveiled the fully fledged Apple Music app on Google Play Thursday, CNET reports, noting that the previous version available on the store was a test edition.

The app, which officially received a 1.0 version, has much of the same features that the beta and iOS version include: the ability to stream more than 30 million songs, access to on-demand curated radio stations, and listen to playlists created by music experts.

Apple also included an equalizer settings to allow users to adjust the bass and other levels as well as choose certain preset music types.

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The launch of an official version of the app could be one way for Apple to bring up its ratings for the in the Google Play store. The app currently has a rating of 3.3, with users complaining about several bugs: music not playing, downloaded songs removed, and unexpected crashes.

Apple Music’s Android app officially ready to rock [CNET]

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