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Apple launched a test app for Android Apple Music

Apple is testing a second app for devices on the Android operating system, reports Betabound. According to the newspaper, his staff received an official invitation to test the customer service of Apple Music.

Its own music streaming service Apple introduced at WWDC in early June. Apple Music includes unlimited access to its music catalog for a fee subscription. Then it became known that in the autumn the company will release a standalone app for Android devices.

From the Apple mailing list:

“We are pleased to invite you to participate in the testing of Apple Music for Android. If you are an Android user and want to join the beta test of a new music service, you should not miss this opportunity. To learn more, click on this link. All the best”.

It is noteworthy that the Apple Music app will be the second development of Apple available to users of mobile platforms Google. The first application was the client Move to iOS that facilitate the transition to iOS devices.

With the launch of the Apple Music app for Android, the company from Cupertino intends to expand the audience streaming service. According to some, after two and a half months after its launch in music streaming has signed up more than 15 million people.

Apple expects to sign at your music service of at least 100 million users. Therefore, the company not only created cross-platform client, but also offered a flexible pricing policy. If in the US the cost of an individual subscription on Apple Music is $10 a month, in Russia – only 169 rubles. Family subscription for up to six users will cost $15 and 259 rubles, respectively.

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