A report from Mark Gurman of 9to5Mac reveals that Apple is working it first app for Android devices. The app will implement the music streaming service that Apple bought from Beats Music last year.
Apple’s music streaming app will be subscription-based, with Gurman suggesting it could cost $7.99 per month, beating out the popular Spotify, which costs $9.99 a month.
In the past, Apple-acquired apps would cease Android support soon after, as happened with transport app HopStop. However, Apple CEO has reaffirmed in the past that his company has “no religious issue” with providing apps for Android devices, but only if it “made sense to do it”. It seems $7.99 per month is reason enough.
Source: Business Insider