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Apple Music Officially Comes To Android

The Android version of Apple Music has officially left beta and is now fully featured and available for non-Apple smartphone users.

The beta version of the service arrived on the Google Play store in November 2015 with all the same features of its iOS counterpart.

Since then, Apple have rolled in a number of new features including a homescreen widget and the ability to store music for offline use via SD card.

The full release version also now supports a number of customizable equaliser settings.

It’s a timely update, with Apple recently announcing that Frank Ocean’s second album, “Boys Don’t Cry”, would be debuting exclusively on the service.

Apple Music membership costs $11.99 a month with family memberships available for $17.99 a month.

Google’s own music service is available at the same rates.

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