Android Data Recovery
The new Apple Music app on the Android platform has been released officially with a much-needed new feature: you can now download and save songs files from the app to your Android phone’s removable microSD card. This could be an important ability that many Android devices users will appreciate, because they can now keep more music offline with up to 512GB in microSD card storage. The iOS users, however, are limited to a maximum of 128GB of storage on iPhones or iPads. And this new feature is fully compatible with all devices running Android 4.0 and above. Here are more details about the update.
What’s New about the Updated Apple Music App for Android Users?
1. Support downloading songs to an external SD card on Android.
2. See full schedule of Beats 1 Shows, making it easy to tune into your favorite.
3. Browse My music by Composers and Compilations which help you find your classical albums or movie soundtracks.
How to Download Songs from Apple Music to an SD Card?
Step 1: Update or download the latest Apple Music from Google Play Store.
Step 2: Launch the Apple Music app, and then go to Menu and select Settings.
Step 3: Go to Download > Download Location > Select SD Card from the list of options.
Step 4: Now you will receive a pop up asking you to confirm whether you want to move all of your currently downloaded music, along with any future music to your SD card. Select Yes to set up.
If you’re yet to get the latest app, don’t worry. The Apple Music for Android remains in beta and you can download it from the Google Play Store for free. You will get the same 3-month free trial option that Apple users have. Enjoy and have fun!