There are some new screenshots of what could be Apple Music for Android. This is actually the second attempt for Apple to develop an app for the Google operative system.
These screenshots show most of the features users would expect, such as Beats 1 availability and the “For Me” recommendations page. Besides these features, there is another one that Apple wanted to include in this app, the Apple Music Connect, the social network for musicians built into the service, is also included.
Apple Music for Android includes support for browsing and playing the full Apple Music catalog. What’s more interesting is that Apple include some new features that aren’t supported on iOS. One of them is that user can change the size of the cache used to store offline music.
Google’s apps attempt to mimic the company’s Material Design principles but Apple relies on UI elements built into Android rather than attempting to recreate the iOS versions of them.
However the company didn’t stick to Google’s design guidelines and has added some of its own style.
The images seems to match up with the design Apple teased during the Apple Music announcement at WWDC this year. The company said that the Android version of the app will be release in the fall.