Screen shots of Apple Music for Android have been revealed for the first time, giving Android phone-owners their first glimpse of what to expect from the music streaming service.
By and large, the platform looks similar to the native version found on iOS. However, Apple has ensured it sticks to Google–style app design by including a slide–out sidebar for navigation, as well as using Google’s preferred font for apps.
The Android–based service includes many of the same features found on iOS. That means access to Apple’s full streaming catalogue, Beats 1 radio, recommended playlists and the Apple Music Connect social network.
What’s more, Apple has even gone so far as to offer those who want to offline tracks the chance to change the size of the cache.
That means users won’t gobble up storage space without being aware of how much has been taken up.
There’s not a specific launch date for Apple Music for Android yet. But with Apple promising it would launch this autumn, expect to get official word very soon.
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