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Apple Music launches June 30th, comes to Android this fall

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You won't have to wait very long to give Apple Music a spin... even if you don't use any Apple gear. The Cupertino crew has announced that the $10-per-month streaming service will be available on iOS, Macs and Windows PCs on June 30th in 100 countries, and it'll arrive on both Android and Apple TV this fall. Yes, you read that last part correctly -- for the first time, an Apple-branded app (not just Beats) will launch on Google's mobile platform. The move was undoubtedly necessary if Apple wanted to take on Spotify and other rivals, so we wouldn't call this a kind gesture. Still, it's good news if you've ever wished that Apple would branch out and give you a chance to try some of its bigger phone-friendly services without buying its devices.

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