You can finally download Apple Music onto your Android handset or tablet, with the app landing on Google’s Play Store today.
It’s available in most regions, except for China, and there are some features missing from what can be found in the iOS app – most notably, music videos and the choice to sign up for a family plan.
According to app listing on Google Play, the Apple Music app is currently in open beta, noting that music videos will be coming in the future, as will an optimized sign up process for Android.
As for signing up for a family plan, you’ll need a Mac or iOS device to get things started.
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As for the features you do get with the open beta of Apple Music on Android, you still have Beats 1 radio, Connect, custom music suggestions and the ability to access any music you’ve bought through iTunes.