Description: In this article, the author is going to talk about Apple music for Android, mentioning the key things we need when switching over Apple music and the apps for Android.
I will talk about Apple music for Android, I have been thinking about switching from my crappy iPhone 5s to Android for a while now and I have a thematic, so one of the key things that I will need when I switch over is Apple music and it made an app for Android.
I wanted to see a review of the app, I want to try and provide that for you, I want to go over things, you can do without opening the app, so we have two widgets that this app comes with, one is the music player, so if you add this one to the home screen, it will play the music on your home screen, you can switch through the song that you play, you know the usual stuff.
I don’t like this widget, if I’m having a song playing in the background, I can’t switch it on my device, so that’s my device surface, I’ll get the app in general for everybody, but that is not my favorite, if you want it, there’s also one that allows you to see your most recently played.
My songs here and the most recently played order attention rock star mercy by Shawn Mendes and understand me by Conor Maynard, it shows you recently played music, so in terms of widgets and externals act without opening the app, that’s all you have.
Now that I’ve covered the actual external widgets and let’s open the actual app up, so if you open the actual app up, it takes a little bit of time to load, but it is exact same app that you have on the iPhone.
The app has the same options, you can still edit an ad play the song show what you want to show in the library home screen type of situation, those are the same ones, so there are no changes, I was very surprised, I thought the app would not have the same features, but it has the same features, you can still download songs, there’s no difference here in terms of the actual app performance, it can be a little irritating, because you have to have the app open to play.
From my experience, that might not be true, put in the comments below, I’m not misinforming people, but the app itself has a few glit, few glitches, I’ve tried to play stuff off the app where the song will stop playing and it’ll resume, it’ll lag, that’s a better word of saying it, but that’s what you have to deal with, because we’re on Android, but in terms of actual usage, if you want to have to play music for you and you can take the occasional bug or the occasional lag.
This is not a big difference, it’s the exact same app you get on the iPhone and on Android, the cool part is that you can install it on KitKat or above, so Apple didn’t make it only run on the latest and greatest, you can also run this on older devices, so it’s running flawlessly on my Android 4.4.2 are crappy Alcatel phone.