Better late than later: the Apple launched on Wednesday (25) a new version of Apple Music for Android that brings the ability to cast music to a Chromecast. The novelty was being tested in recent weeks and it took a little over four years (!) To arrive.
The feature is as simple as any other application that supports the Google Cast protocol: just open Apple Music on your Android, choose a song, tap the cast button and select a Chromecast. The music will start playing immediately; both the phone and the device must be connected to the same Wi-Fi network.
In addition to Chromecasts, the feature works with any device that is compatible with the Google Cast protocol, which includes televisions with Android TV and speakers from the Google Home family.
The new version of Apple Music for Android still offers more than 100,000 live radio stations from around the world and the lyrics of songs synchronized in real time, which have also reached iOS 13 users. A new dark theme is available in the settings of app.
The new Apple Music for Android can be downloaded at Play Store. The subscription costs R $ 16.90 in the individual plan or R $ 24.90 in the family mode, which offers access for up to six people. University students have a 50% discount on tuition.