Apple Music Receives the 4.0.0-beta Update

Source: Apple

If you’ve somehow been claiming that Apple is done with updating its software apps, you should definitely eat your words. The tech giant is once again making a splash through the new 4.0.0-beta update for the Apple Music app, and you already have the chance to download it in APK format.

You can even choose to grab the new Apple Music 4.0.0-beta version in either a simple APK file or in an APK bundle. The choice is all yours. All you need in order to achieve compatibility is a device running on at least Android 5.

What’s new

The change log doesn’t tell us anything other than “minor app and performance improvements.” This means that we can’t expect something too fancy included in the new 4.0.0-beta update.

With Apple Music, there are over 90 million songs to choose from. This means that you’ll surely find something interesting to listen to, regardless of how different your tastes may be. There aren’t any ads, and you can also enjoy Spatial Audio.

Here’s a part of the app’s overview found on the App Store:

Explore dozens of exclusive shows, created by the most iconic names in music, live or on demand.

Follow friends to discover what others are listening to.

Download and stream music straight to your Apple Watch.

Take it all with you using CarPlay and search for music using your car controls.

Try the Apple Music Voice plan, designed to be used with Siri, and get access to the full catalogue using just your voice.

We’re just a week and a few days away after Apple has released the iPhone 14 lineup, meaning the company’s flagship phone for 2022. Apple didn’t call the event off as some voices were claiming, and now it definitely needs some new software for it. However, Android users can still use the Apple Music app.

Cristian Antonescu
Cristian is in love with technology, as are many of us. He has a vast experience as a content writer in the field. He's involved especially in the hardware area, where he covers the latest news regarding smartphones, laptops, PC components, and so on.