Apple’s streaming service, Apple Music, rolled out a major update for its android users. The new version is 2.0
Version 2.0’s update includes a visual makeover like on-screen lyrics and a more simplified navigation, reorganizing into four sections: Library, For You, Browse, and Radio – as on iOS.The new interface also features larger album art throughout.With this update, the Android app now looks identical to the iOS version, with no material design to separate it.
Now you can access your own music faster with the improved Library section. You can also check out the lyrics to each song that’s played in the app’s music player, because the words you may think are in your favorite tune might not always be correct.
However, it’s clear that Apple Music for Android is not a priority for Apple, despite its seeming intentions to compete with rival services like Spotify or the now on-demand Pandora, for instance.
Thing to keep in mind is that full access to Apple Music does require a paid subscription at $9.99 a month. Apple plans to add access to original TV shows in the near future for Music subscribers, including Carpool Karaoke and Planet of the Apps.
You can get Apple Music for Android on the Google Play Store