Steve Jobs once famously said that launching iTunes for Windows was "like giving a glass of ice water to somebody in hell." Well, Apple has a second glass ready today: the company just released a beta of Apple Music for Android, the first app that really gives Android users a taste of one of Apple's flagship services. If you've used the somewhat-jumbled Apple Music app on iOS, you'll be quite familiar with its Android counterpart -- nearly all of the service's features are intact, and the user interface is a surprisingly tasteful blend of what Apple put together for iOS that still feels native to Android.
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