Apple Music for Android updated with playback + sorting issue fixes

Apple Music for Android — among Apple’s three apps when it come to Google’s platform — has actually an update today that involves fixes for the two playback and sorting issues. Here’s the adjustment log for version 0.9.11:
WHAT’S NEW
This update resolves a playback concern where songs avoid over the very first 2 seconds of music. It likewise fixes a problem where albums added to a playlist appear in an unexpected order.
Apple Music for Android needs 4.3 Jelly Bean and up despite the fact that it’s still not compatible along with tablets. The app launched back in November — replacing Beats Music — and lists a 5-10 million install base according to the Play Keep despite mixed reviews averaging at 3.3 of 5 stars.
Apple’s music subscription service is readily available free to attempt for 90 days, after that costs $10/month for one user or $14.99/month for up to 6 users along with availability when it come to iOS/tvOS, OS X/macOS, Windows, and Android. The Apple Music experience is established to obtain a visual overhaul later this fall along with iOS 10 and others platforms.

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