Apple Music Picks Up Music Video Support on Android

Posted on April 4, 2018 by Paul Thurrott in Android, iOS, Mobile, Music + Videos with 3 Comments

Apple Music Picks Up Music Video Support on Android

Apple quietly updated its Apple Music app on Android this week to add support for music videos.

“Apple Music now includes a new music video experience, the app description reads on Google Play. “Find what’s new and popular in Music Videos within Browse, and play videos back-to-back with exclusive music video playlists.”

Apple had previously added support for music videos to Apple Music on iOS devices last week. It was previewed to be coming in iOS 11.3, which just shipped as well.

“Apple Music will soon be the home for music videos,” the Apple website notes. “Users can stream all the music videos they want without being interrupted by ads. They can also watch the hottest new videos, the classics or ones from their favorite artists back-to-back in new music video playlists.”

You can download Apple Music for Android from the Google Play Store.


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3 responses to “Apple Music Picks Up Music Video Support on Android”

  1. Jeffery Commaroto

    Possible precursor to their entertainment play and a shot across the bow of YouTube. They are going full on against advertising supported platforms. Very interesting to watch.

  2. lvthunder

    The music videos are great on AppleTV. Something Spotify doesn't offer as far as I know.

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