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Four months after launching the service on iOS, OSX and Windows platforms, Apple Music has decided to make their app available on Android. In a conversation with Billboard, Eddie Cue shared the reason for joining Android on November 10:
“We wanted it to be for everyone. We wanted people to be able to enjoy music on their iPhone, or Android phone, or Windows computer, or Apple TV. Everyone loves music.”
The service won’t be entirely the same as on other platforms since Apple Connect’s music videos won’t be available, as well as the option to start a family membership within the app. It requires Android version 4.3 or later to run.