It is worth noting that not all paid users are currently active on Apple Music. Image Credit: Droid-Life
It is worth noting that not all paid users are currently active on Apple Music. Image Credit: Droid-Life

The Apple Music app for Android has received an update, fixing several bugs. The biggest fixes by Apple include a playback issue, and a specific sorting issue in playlists. The Android version has been bumped up to v0.9.11, and its downloadable via Google Play.

Apple confirms that the new update resolves a playback issue where songs skip over the first two seconds of music. It also fixes an issue where albums added to a playlist appear in an unexpected order. Apple Music is one of two apps that the Cupertino giant offers on the Android platform, the other being – Move to iOS.

Apple Music is available on a three months free trial basis, after which the company will charge a subscription fee. The Family Plan allows access for up to 6 members from a single subscription on different devices.

Since its launch in June last year, the app has become popular with users, with Apple in its latest earnings figures reporting a subscriber base of 13 million. The company also did a complete overhaul of the app this year at WWDC redesigning the interface and introducing new features.

[Gadgets 360]