It’s been rumored that Apple would release an Apple Music for Android app at some point, but up until now the release has been just that, a rumor. Today we have our first concrete evidence that Apple Music for Android may, in fact, be coming soon as some users have received an e-mail asking if they’d like to participate in an Apple Music for Android beta. This would prove to be Apple’s second foray into the world of Google Play (and likely an effort that doesn’t get completely trolled by Android fanboys).
The e-mail comes from a service called Betabound, a site that allows users to request access to different varieties of beta programs. In this instance though, it’s a doozy. The notice — in its entirety below — simply states:
We’re excited to invite you to come test Apple Music for Android. If you’re a current Android user that would like to join the beta for the new music streaming service, you won’t want to miss this opportunity. To learn more and apply, click the link below. Best of luck! The Betabound team.
Once you follow the link, you’ll be hit with a series of music related questions, some of which are real head-scratchers. For example:
If you could only listen to 5 albums for the rest of your life, what would they be and why?
How do you even answer that? I’d be hard pressed to come up with an answer, though if the successful completion would get me into the Apple Music for Android beta I’m sure I could come up with something.
If you want to try your luck and see if you can get into the beta, you can sign up on Betabound’s website.
Did anyone else get this invite? Anybody want to try and get into the beta? Can you honestly pick 5 albums that would be the last you could listen to for the rest of your life? Let us know in the comments below or on any of your favorite social networks.