It’s been a while since we’ve been waiting to use Apple Music on our Android tablets, and now finally Apple Music announces that it now supports the Android tablets. Surprisingly this announcement has been made after Amazon announces that all the echo smart speakers will be supporting Apple Music. Back then in the year 2015, Apple took the right step of announcing it’s music services to the Android devices, though it was in beta mode.
But now, there are a huge number of people who love Apple music and has subscribed to their services. Surprisingly, there are also a large proportionate of people who cannot afford an iPhone but are so desperate to have Apple music, because of quality matters! According to a recent news on 9to5 mac, we got to know that Apple Music in it’s latest update has now removed the ‘hamburger’ menu in the latest 2.7 updates.
By doing so, now Apple Music can easily run on the larger displays which the tablets usually have. So in simple terms, this latest update is for all those oversized Android devices. Apple is definitely going to be a game-changer, though there are many similar services like Gaana, Saavan, Wynk, Jio music, none can even come close to the quality which Apple Music offers.
Never the less, In the current market, it’s just Spotify and Apple Music who has been leading by providing the best music quality. But then considering in the long run, but then once Spotify will be officially available in India, then there is a higher number of chances that it might isolate the entire industry. So if you are an Android tablet user, do use the Apple Music and let us know in the comments section down below on how was your experience.
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