Apple has rolled out the brand new Apple Music Classical app for Android customers, following the launch on iPhone in March.
The standalone app, which is barely obtainable with an Apple Music subscription, contains 5 million compositions, top quality recordings (as much as 192 kHz/24-bit Hello-Res Lossless) and spatial audio.
Apple promised an Android model of the app was to comply with and, two months on, the corporate has delivered. Apple Music Classical is now obtainable on the Google Play Retailer.
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Apple Music itself arrived on Android six months after its iOS launch as one of many first Apple apps to ever launch on Android, however this launch is significantly earlier. It’s excellent news for Android customers who loved the Primephonic classical music streaming providers on their units earlier than the Apple buyout shut it down in 2021.
If you have already got an Apple Music subscription you’ll be capable to check in along with your credentials. Sadly, it’s not obtainable with the voice solely plan which prices lower than half the £11.99 a month.
Whereas the trumpets are sounding for Android customers, the violins are out for these on iPad and Mac platforms as an optimised Apple Music Classical continues to be lacking. Maybe that’ll comply with now the event staff has been freed-up following the launch of the Android model of the app.
It’s not only a case of porting over the tracks into the Apple Music UI. The standalone app has tweaks together with composer biographies and new searching options to make sure you get the appropriate model of the recording you’re in search of.