Stream from the whole Apple Music library. Tune it live, see and hear artist videos and audio, clips and photos using the Apple’s 24/7 radio, is what the subscribers really get go with the membership and was made only available to iOS customers for now. But Apple is also embracing Android’\s strengths instead of ignoring them, taking advantage of it and updated its Apple Music app with a new widget that can be dropped onto your phone or tablet’s Home screen.
The Home screen widgets still doesn’t appear or exist on iPhone or iPad, but it didn’t stopped Apple to tweak with its Music app. It’s pretty basic like other best music app widgets are, offering controls for pause, skip, and going back to the ast track. For Android, Apple Music widget is the heart, so that you can help influence Appl Music’s future picks based on your tastes.
The latest updated version of Apple Watch also gets rid of some annoying playlist quirk, where users were required to add music to their library before including those damm same tracks into a custom playlist. Other changes in few makes it easier to see what’s currently playing on Beats 1, redeem Gift cards from the Setting menu, and more.
Last month I think so, Apple Music was updated to support SD storage, one big thing that’s lacking though. Received Chromecast support and the Apple Music has now fixed with a 3.5-star review average, suggesting that many consumers on the Android side are at least willing to give Apple’s subscription music service a fair shot.
New Apple Music subscribers remain eligible for a free three-month trail. Happy ending with Apple Music Android widget to rejoice the experience. If you pony up $10 a month for what Music offers.
(Download Apple Music Widget for Android from Google Play)
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