Apple Audio for Android strikes 10 thousand packages about the Google Play Store

After first being introduced and previewed at WWDC in July of this past year, Apple released its music-streaming system on Android on November 10th. Today, after nearly annually to be open to the general public (and merely a month because it ultimately left beta), the app has received significantly more than 10 thousand packages about the Google Perform Store…

Because the app first became accessible, Apple has gradually been incorporating functions and enhancing the knowledge. The organization included the capability to conserve audio to SD cards for traditional hearing in February, assistance to get a homescreen widget in March (equally Android-only functions), and the extended-accessible-on-iOS household strategy and movie play features in April. In the leave of beta, the app completed out its feature-set with equalizer settings and security changes.

Browse the complete account at 9to5Google…

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