Most people believed that Apple never integrates with other platforms and will not synch with Android’s strength. Just recently, Apple released an update for their Apple Music that enables users to store downloaded songs in their D cards (this means that, these are microSD cards most phones has today.
So this will let Android listeners “keep music offline” and more music than iPhone or iPad can store. Recent Android phones support microSD cards that are monstrous side, so if you want to combine those, say, LG G4 or the Moto X Pure Edition, you could now dwarf its built-in storage on iOS, which currently tops out at 128GB.
Apple’s recent update adds full schedule listing for Beats 1, and lets user browse music by composers and even compilations, big plus for those who love classical music and soundtrack.
Apple Music’s app, still tagged with “beta” label, released last November months after it announced on iPhone. Beyond hardware centric features like the SD support, Apple has done a decent job sticking to Android design standards, though their app remains saddled with three star average review rating. But I think that’s fair, since there are still crucial things missing.