Apple Music for Android adds the videos iOS users already enjoy

The Android version of the app continues to get features.

Apple Music subscribers with iOS devices have been privy to the service's music videos as part of the monthly plan. Those visuals haven't been added the Android version of the app since it arrived last November, despite regular updates to deliver new features. After the additions of offline SD card storage and a handy widget, the Apple Music software for Google's OS now features videos. When you're browsing the list of what's new or looking for a specific artist, you'll now see the new additions as part of the search results.

Family plans aren't new to Apple Music either, but with this update to the Android app, you can now sign up for that shared option on your mobile device. If you're in need of a refresher, $15 a month will open up access for up to six people. That's the same pricing Google offers for Play Music and the cost of two users on Spotify. Keep in mind that there's a five user max to stream tunes via a family plan from Spotify, and you'll have to pay $30/month to do so. If you've yet to test drive Apple Music, though, a 3-month trial is available alongside the update that adds those music videos via Google Play.