It’s been almost nine months since Apple launched its Music app for Android devices and it looks like the app is finally ready to exit beta mode. The app is now at version 1.0, and has been updated with several improvements, as well as a new equaliser setting.
The update is available right now at the Google Play Store. According to the change log, Apple Music version 1.0 includes equaliser setting within the app; the equaliser setting on iOS is available in the Settings app, not in Apple Music. There are also a variety of performance, playback and stability improvements.
Since its launch back in November 2015, Apple has been constantly updating the app with new features, some of which are Android-only. For example, earlier this year, Apple introduced the ability to save music to SD cards for offline listening. Apple Music also has its own Widget on Android to allow for easier access to playback controls.
Apple Music has been out for over a year now. New users can enjoy three months free trial and after that, monthly subscription for Apple Music is US$3.99 – that’s about RM16.15, just slightly more expensive than Spotify no thanks to the exchange rate.
Check out the Play Store now for more information about Apple Music for Android.