Apple launched Apple music for Android in 2015; the app suffered a redesign last year.
However, truth be told there isn’t probably that many people that both subscribe to Apple music and use Android devices.
Moreover, it is a nice gesture from Apple to provide the option.
The Android version of Apple music is getting support for tablets.
There was also another recent news in which Amazon announced Apple music support on all its echo smart speakers.
We can see that Apple is pushing hard to make Apple music accessible to a wider audience.
A few months back, there was also some great news for Windows 10 users; they could download iTunes on the Microsoft store.
Apple is rethinking the market and removing limitations for new subscribers.
This is a great way to open a market for people that do not have an iPhone but are interested in the Apple premium music subscription service.
Apple music for android is getting a more optimized and intuitive interface for choosing tunes.
Apple even removed the classic “hamburger” menu in favor of a bottom navigation bar, improving accessibility and speed to most common features.
However, the current stable release available on the Google play store is version 2.6.1, which still features the classic “hamburger” menu.
If you want to give your tablet support a try, you will need to be part of the Google Groups Beta test program.
This is a great step from Apple, making Apple music available everywhere so that people can use it wherever they have an iPhone or Android tablet.
Let’s hope that other brands look at Apple and also start playing nice with third-party hardware.