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This article was published on February 4, 2016

Apple Music for Android now lets you save tracks to your microSD card for grooving offline

Apple Music for Android now lets you save tracks to your microSD card for grooving offline
Abhimanyu Ghoshal
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If your mobile connection is often slow or you’re on a pricey data plan, streaming music on your phone could cost a lot more than just the monthly subscription fee.

The latest update to Apple Music’sAndroid app could help fix that to some extent. It now lets you save tracks for offline listening to your microSD card, which means you don’t have to worry about running out of storage space on your device.

If you’re looking to save on mobile data, you’ll want to download songs while you’re connected to Wi-Fi and then enjoy them offline.

The new version of Apple Music also lets you scan through the full schedule of Beats 1 shows and find your favorites. You can also browse the ‘My Music’ section by composers and compilations — handy for those who are into classical music and movie soundtracks.

➤ Apple Music [Android via Android Central]

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