Apple Music for Android finally leaks – four months after iOS launch

Apple Music has been available for around four months, and with already over 15 million users, it appears to be a hit. However, that number only includes iOS users, as an app currently isn’t available for Android handsets. That looks like it’s about to change, with new, leaked screenshots appearing to show a much-anticipated Apple Music for Android app.

Apple Music for Android finally leaks – four months after iOS launch

Originally posted on German tech website Mobile Geeks, the screenshots show an app that looks almost identical to its iOS counterpart. One of the only differences appears to be the addition of a “hamburger” menu button – keeping its design in line with other Android apps.apple_music_android_2

When Tim Cook first announced Apple Music, he said the company would be taking the unprecedented step of releasing an app for Android as well as iOS. Apple promised us that an app for Android users would be released by autumn, and the leak fits in perfectly with that timeline.

According to Apple CEO Tim Cook, Apple Music currently has 15 million users, 6.5 million of which pay for the service. By making the service a multi-platform app, Apple Music is now available to a much larger market, putting it on a more level playing-field with its main rival Spotify.

To see how the two compare, read next: Apple Music vs Spotify: which music subscription service is best?

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