Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) Apple Music on Alphabet Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL) Google Android Now Supports Music Videos

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Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) has released the latest beta for the Apple Music for Android devices. Users who have opted for the Apple, streaming music offered on Android will be able to use this application to access an entire host of music which previously was only available on Apple Music, and accommodated in the Apple iOS platform.

Apple is always striving to enhance their products on the Android platform; meaning that this ability is not all that is being offered. Android users are now able to subscribe or upgrade to the six-person family membership which many argue is one of the greatest features of Apple Music.

The package deal is $14.99 which is only $5 more expensive than that of the individual package which sells at $9.99.

The new features of Apple music on your Android device

Apple Music has been updated with features to allow users to access and watch music videos as well as video content in general; enabling users to view content that previously was only available on the original iOS platform.

An example of such video content includes but is not restricted to Taylor Swift’s tour documentary which was released last December. However, subscroibers can search for any old or new artists at their discretion.

There are still a variety of features that needs to be added to the Apple Music Android platform for it to compare fairly to that of Apple Music and its original iOS framework. However, these features are not far away.

In February, an update was already commenced to Apple Music on Android, which allows users the ability to download/save music so as to enable them to listen to it offline.

There has also been the incorporation of a home screen widget so as to allow an easier management of songs when playing music or sifting through a playlist in search of a great song. Apple Music itself is available on Play Store for free.

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