Apple Music for Android Enters Beta Drawing Much Attention

Posted on September 28, 2015 by .

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Apple is bound to seek domination in all things that they do, including offering a streaming music for the majority of mobile devices including those running Android.

For those audiophiles that listen to music on their Android device, they have many choices to obtain music from many different online services. However, iTunes and Apple’s newest Music service has proven its dominance in more ways than one and Apple plans to take the latest platform in a certain fashion to Android with Apple Music.

Beta testers recruited from Centercode’s Betabound beta testing management platform were sought out to test the Android version of Apple’s music stream service. Currently, Android users are able to give the service a try while the offer is valid, which is for a limited time.

As many already know, Apple launched its Apple Music service on June 30, 2015 for iOS, OS X and Microsoft Windows platforms. The delay of Android devices is slowly coming to a head where the promised release for such will be fulfilled by the end of 2015.

The main features of the Apple Music stream service comes off of the heels of what it currently does, and that is recommend songs based off of what users already listen to.

Android users will have all they want in a streaming music service from Apple as it evolves and eventually makes it to the final release after beta testing has concluded. The video below is a closer look at the Betabound Apple Music service for Android, which will eventually make it into a complete version ready to satisfy all Android-loving ears around the world.

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