“Apple on Tuesday released a beta version of its Apple Music service for Android users, just the third time the Cupertino company has crafted an application for its rival mobile operating system,” AppleInsider reports.
“Android users can now begin their three-month trial of Apple Music,” AppleInsider reports. “Music videos are not yet available, and the sign-up process hasn’t been optimized for Android — purchasing or upgrading to a family membership will require a Mac or iOS device.”
“Apple appears to have adapted the application’s user interface slightly to conform to Android interaction paradigms,” AppleInsider reports, “but doesn’t seem to have adopted Google’s material design.”
MacDailyNews Take: Really, what’s the point of having a purchase option on Android anyway? (smirk)
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MacDailyNews Take: Let the attempts by fragmandroid settlers to sign for multiple free 3-month Apple Music trial periods commence!
It’s like giving a glass of ice water to somebody in hell. — Steve Jobs
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Readers “Fred Mertz” and “Dan K.” for the heads up.]