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Apple Music for Android Just Got Better

April 29, 2016, 11:02 PM UTC
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ILLUSTRATION - Ein Kopfhörer umgibt am 11.06.2015 in Erfurt (Thüringen) ein iPhone mit dem Schriftzug "Apple Music". Photo by: Sebastian Kahnert/picture-alliance/dpa/AP Images
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Days after announcing that Apple Music has 13 million paying subscribers, Apple is rolling out two key new features for the Android version of its music streaming app.

Apple (AAPL) Music users on Google’s (GOOG) Android operating system will now be able to watch music videos within the app and have the option to sign up for a family plan instead of a single membership.

The family membership allows six users to share the app for a monthly price of $14.99, while an individual membership typically costs $9.99 per month. Apple Music subscribers on Android can find music videos either by searching for a particular artist or browsing through the videos included in the app’s “New” section.

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Both features were available for Apple Music on iOS long before making their way to the Android edition.

The update, which officially launched on April 28, comes several months after Apple Music was initially made available for Android phones in November.