Apple Music has gained a fair amount of traction since the free 90-day trial ended on September 30th, holding on to 6.5 million paying subscribers. While this number pales in comparison to Spotify, which had 20 million paying subs at last count, it’s an impressive figure nonetheless for such a nascent product.
Today, 9to5Mac posted screenshots of what they say is the latest beta of the Android version of Apple Music, show that the app looks very similar to its iOS counterpart. In fact, the biggest difference between these screenshots and the iOS app is the Material Design look of the Android version, as you’d expect.
In June at its developer conference, Apple announced that it would be making an Android app for Apple Music, launching this fall, so we could see this app any day now. Apple Music is currently only available for iOS, and in iTunes for Mac and Windows. This app, when it launches, will allow many more people to give Apple Music a try, so the service can compete directly with Spotify on even more devices.