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Apple Music is one of the best services for streaming music, and it’s not what Apple’s marketing managers say, but it’s the world’s opinion. It’s the only Apple’s app available in Play Market. And it works just like it does on your iPhone.
Uninstall the app:
- Go to Settings menu
- Choose Apps or Application manager
- Touch the app you want to remove
- Press Uninstall
How It Works
As you download Apple Music, you are asked to create an account or log in. What it requires is just your Apple ID; if you use any Apple device, it’s what you use to log in to it or your iCloud. If you have already set it up on iPhone or another device, you’ll just have your settings synced with the cloud.
Otherwise, the service will ask you to select your favorite genres and artists first. The interface resembles that of Apple Watch, with round bubbles for you to tap and move. Tap your favorites to see them increase. If there aren’t any, you can add them manually. If you already have a subscription, you’ll just have it activated on your Android as you log in.
The app looks like its iOS version, with all the sections: your local Top 100, weekly and daily tops, potential hits, genre collections. You can create your own playlist in your Library even while other music is playing. Searching lets you access all the music in Apple’s catalogue. And yes, it works while the screen is off.
Does Apple Music Make Sense for Android?
Of course, it does. In fact, being a power Apple user, I installed this app just to write this Apple Music for Android review, and (to some extent) out of curiosity. And I’m quite good with it. Even though my primary devices are iPhone and iPad, with Apple Music, an old Android tablet suddenly makes sense as an Apple radio, with no additional subscription required. It runs Android 4.4, and it experiences no glitches with Apple Music.
After I decided to download Apple Music for Android, I’m still with it. The tablet is reborn, doing a radio’s work in my garage, wired to old speakers. Thanks to Apple Music, I have my favorite playlists there, and sound quality is decent.
➠ Works just like Apple Music for iOS;
➠ Requires no extra subscription;
➠ Proper streaming quality;
➠ If you use Android along with iOS, it seems the best option.
➠ The app crashes on old Android versions;
➠ If Android device is your primary, you may opt for Pandora, Spotify, or Google Play Music as well.