Nearly seven months after Apple Music was revamped for iOS 10, the update has now arrived to the app’s Android counterpart. Version 2.0’s update brings features like on-screen lyrics and a more simplified navigation, reorganizing into four sections: Library, For You, Browse, and Radio.
As 9to5Google notes, other changes also include relocating “New” content under the Browse tab, and Downloaded Music that you can listen to offline. The new interface also features larger album art throughout. With this update, the Android app now looks identical to the iOS version, with no material design to separate it.
Apple Music for Android is free on the Google Play Store, and costs $9.99 a month.