Beats Music Arrives on Android, Service Goes Live in the US

AT&T's customers get a special deal on the music offering

A new music service is now available for Android users in the United States, in the form of Beats Music, which went live today.

Owners of Android-based handsets in the country can now download a dedicated Beats Music application that will provide them with access to music streaming while on the go, for a $9.99 (€7.39) per month fee.

The service was officially announced not long ago, when Beats also unveiled a partnership with AT&T, through which the service is available at $14.99 (€11) per month for up to five users on a family plan.

Moreover, while most of the people interested in taking the service for a spin will enjoy only a 7-day free trial, AT&T customers will be able to take advantage of free music for 90 days.

Beats audio debuted on Android and iOS today, but it should become available on more platforms out there soon, including Windows Phone 8.

To get started, Android users will simply have to download the Beats Music application that was released today, sign up for the service, and enjoy it for free during the trial.

“Beats Music is a new kind of streaming service that combines the best music experts and technology to always deliver you the right music at the right time. All you have to do is hit play,” the application’s description reads.

“Access over 20 million songs, from every genre. Listen instantly or save to your device to listen to offline. When you’re not sure what to play, lean on us.”

The service promises to offer music that is best fit for users, including a mix of albums and playlists that have been handpicked by music experts.

Moreover, it allows users to easily change the mix depending on how they feel, discover new songs and news from the music industry, and find specific tracks. Not to mention that they will be able to share content with their friends.

You can download Beats Music for Android from Softpedia today. The application offers support for all Android 4.0 and up devices.

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