When Apple officially introduced Apple Music back in June, it promised to release an Android version of the service by this fall. Now, a bunch of screenshots of Apple Music On Android have leaked, indicating that the Cupertino-based company may release the app for the Android platform soon.
Several screenshots published by Mobile Geeks offer an early glimpse at what the app will look like, and it’s pretty much what you’d expect. Users will navigate Apple Music by using a slide-out menu accessible through the now-common hamburger icon (or, presumably, via a swipe from the left side)
The Apple Music for Android will also offer users ability to change the size of cache for offline music stored on the device. Notably, the screenshots show that the Apple Music for Android supports the entire Apple Music catalogue.
All of Apple Music’s tentpole features like curated For You recommendations, New, Beats 1 radio, Connect, and My Music are shown. One screenshot of a menu indicates that Apple will let Android users determine how much space Apple Music uses for its cache of tracks.
The latest we expect that the app should appear sometime in November in the Play Store.
It’s worth noting that the Apple Music for Android will get some serious competition from already popular services such as Google Music, Spotify, and Rdio, among others.