Yet there’s good news for Android fans too. Apple Music will be available for your phone or tablet in late 2015 as a standalone app you’ll be able to download from Google Play.
So far there is no Apple Music App for Android, if Android users want to listen to Apple Music, how to do?
Apple Music is compatible with iOS devices running version 8.4 or later, iTunes version 12.2 or later (OS X Mavericks or later; Windows 7 or later), and the Apple Watch. Have you ever thought of converting Apple Music to MP3 format so as to play them on Android devices?
This is a good solution and can be easily achievable. And you can try use Macsome iTunes Converter to remove DRM from Apple Music and convert Apple Music to MP3 for Android devices.
There are four simple steps to convert Apple Music to MP3, and you can enjoy the Apple Music MP3 files on your Android devices like Android phones, tablets, Smart TV and so on.
First, go to download the free trial version of Macsome iTunes Converter, install and launch it.
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Second, Click Add button and choose the Music library – playlist and add the files you want to convert.
Third. Click Macsome iTunes Converter Menu, and in the drop-down list, choose Preferences, turn to Advanced to set the output format.
Fourth: Click Convert button to start converting Apple Music.
When the conversion is completed, all the converted music files are free without DRM, and you can play them anywhere as you like.
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