Apple Music is live on Android devices today

Apple Music launches in beta form today on Android, cementing it as the second Apple program to hit Google's mobile platform (following the "move to iOS" app). Apple offers a three-month trial to Android users, as it does to Apple customers. Since the Android version is still in beta, it's missing a few features and upgrades: Apple promises music videos are on their way and the sign-up process will be optimized for Android. To sign up for a family membership, you'll need a Mac or iOS device for now. Apple Music on Android requires version 4.3 or better, and it's a 29M download. After the trial period, Apple Music is a $10-per-month service. We gave the iOS version a spin when it launched on June 30th and found it to be heavy on features but a little disjointed. Apple announced the Android version of Music back in June, alongside a promised launch on Apple TV this fall.