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.