Apple Music App Now Available for Android phones

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@Omon Danny


The Apple Music subscription service is now available for Androiddevices. The new Android app is free at the Google Play store as of today. Android users can do the same 3-month trial period the iPhone people got, then decide whether or or not to pay the $9.99 monthly subscription fee. Apple’s music service directly competes with Google Play Music, which alsocosts $9.99 per month, but Google apparently wants Android users to have the option. Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO, recently said his company’s music service now has 6.5 million paying customers, with 8.5 million users in a trial period. For Apple, launching an Android app is a bit ofa no-brainer. Android, the most popular mobile operating system inthe world, represents an opportunity for Apple to dramatically increase the subscriber count for its music service.Apple needs its new music-streaming service on Android in thesame way it needed iTunes on

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