Listen to all of your favorite music, discover new music that you'll love, and listen to your music library across all of your devices — all with the Apple Music app. On your Android device, download the Apple Music app. Find all of the music that you've added from Apple Music and music on your other devices. See music that you purchased from the iTunes Store, and songs that you imported from CDs and other services. You can also find music that's downloaded to your device so you can listen to it offline. You can also watch music videos and find music video playlists. If you don't subscribe to Apple Music, use the iTunes Store app to buy and download music instead. Listen to Beats 1 to hear a live global broadcast hosted by the biggest names in music.
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Apple iPhones are suddenly suffering serious battery drain due to Apple Music. First spotted by MacRumors , a growing number of iPhone users are reporting severe battery drain problems. The preinstalled app is monopolizing battery resources regardless even if you delete it and badly hit iPhones only last a few hours on a full charge. Apple Support is acknowledging the problem, but currently the only workaround it offers is a full factory reset - aka the nuclear option. The problem actually stems from a bug in Facebook's SDK which allows these apps to integrate Login with Facebook functionality and even if you don't use Facebook to log into these apps, you would still be affected simply because the functionality is part of the app. This is the second time Facebook's APK has gone down in and it is exposing a fundamental weakness in the integration of Facebook with iOS apps Android apps were unaffected. Facebook has now fixed the problem, but there is clearly work to be done if iPhone and iPad users are not to be hit by this again and again.