Apple announced its music service at WWDC 2015, and its official app launch came along with iOS 9 update. Apple Music is a subscription based service with a monthly membership fee of ₹120 ($9.99 in the US) for an individual user, while the family membership is at ₹190 ($14.99 in US).
Today, Apple has launched its Music service on Android. Available to download for free at Google Play Store, Apple Music offers a catalog of 30 million songs personally handpicked for you by music experts based on the songs you listen.
With Apple Music, you get access to latest music, 24/7 Beats 1 radio, follow artists, and save music for offline – to listen without internet connection. Additionally, you get all your iTunes purchases and saved music in one place.
Android users get three-month free trial but would have to pay the regular price (₹120 or ₹190) upon the expiration of the free trial.
With the launch of Apple Music on Android, the music service is now available on iOS devices including iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Apple Watch, Apple TV 4, as well as Mac, Windows, and newly added – Android. You only need one membership to run Apple Music on all these devices.
You can download Apple Music from Google Play Store now.