Posted by MobileGeeks, the screenshots are reportedly from a beta version of the app. We can see expected features including Beats1, Apple Music Connect, For Me, and more.
Notably, the app is tailored to more closely match with Android's design language. Apple uses a slideout menu bar for navigation and makes use of Android UI elements. Interestingly, you can manually set the cache size for offline music, something that is set automatically by Apple on iOS.
Tim Cook recently announced that Apple Music has 6.5 million subscribers.
“It’s going really well,” Cook said. “We are now over 6.5 million paid users and 8.3 million people in the trial. Over 15 million people are using Apple Music.”
The launch of Apple Music for Android should result in a boost of subscribers. We'll let you know when it becomes available. Please follow iClarified on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, or RSS for updates.
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