Several days after the rumours of Apple Music Android app surfaced, the company has now officially released the beta version on the Google Play store.
Apple has now officially released the Apple Music app on the Google Play store. While the app is still in beta, subscribers of the service can now use the service on their Android devices. The app is currently available only on Android smartphones (not tablets) running Android v4.3 and higher. Interestingly, if you used Beats Music app for Android, the libraries and playlists will be automatically imported.
The Apple Music service is a paid subscription service and costs $9.99 per month for an individual subscription, or $14.99 for a family of up to six people. The subscription provides the user access to a catalog of about 30 million songs, as well as videos, offline playback, intelligent playlists and Beats One radio. You can download the Apple Music app from the Google Play store.