Apple released the Apple Music client for Android on Google Play, marking a major expansion of the music streaming service. It's also only the third Android app from Apple alongside a migration assistant tool called Move to iOS and Beats Pill+, a controller app for the Beats Pill+ Bluetooth speaker.
Apple Music on Android
Apple Music launched during the summer. Like its counterparts on iOS, OS X, and Windows, the app is a free download, comes with a 90 day trial, and then requires a subscription to work.
As a brand new app, Apple Music on Android doesn't yet have reviews on Google Play. Android users have been (unsurprisingly) unkind to Apple's first Android apps, filling the reviews with diatribes about Apple copying Android (for the lols, I suppose) and making products for iSheep, etc. I'm looking forward to seeing what kind of reception Apple Music receives.