Apple Music Launches On Android

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Apple has made good on its promise from earlier this year that Apple Music would soon be coming to Android. Today (Nov. 10), Apple Music for Android is available.

A free, three-month trial is being offered for new users; Apple Music is $9.99/month for a single-user plan after that.The Android version is similar to the iOS version, including a “new” tab featuring chart-topping songs, as well as a “for you” tab, featuring pre-made playlists centered on a user’s musical tastes.

A major difference is an absence of Siri integration for Android, otherwise the app functions similarly to iOS and also loads Apple Music playlists created on other devices.

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