Apple announced last June that its music streaming service, Apple Music, was going to arrive on the devices Android this autumn. But since then, we have had little information about the development of this version (read: Apple Music: release of an Android version approaching?). Finally, until these new images relayed by MobileGeeks.
It looks like the German tech site MobileGeeks had the privilege of accessing the version of Apple Music developed for the Android platform. Here we have the first screenshots of the application. Visually, the interface of this beta version is very similar to what exists on iOS, apart from the menu typical of Google’s mobile operating system.
The app promises to be a strong competitor for streaming giants such as Google Play Music and Spotify. Recall that Apple Music is available at 9.99 euros per month for individual users, or 14.99 euros for the family option which can accommodate up to six users. The application is expected on the Google Play Store around November.