Slowly but surely, Apple Music is starting to treat Android like a first-class platform. The most recent update to the app adds support for music videos and family plan signups. Yes, it's odd that both of those were exclusive to Apple's platform until now.

The last update in February added SD card download support, but the addition of music videos is arguably more important. This is an entire category of content that wasn't supported on Android, even though Android users were paying the same $9.99 per month as Apple users. Speaking of paying, Android users now have the option of paying $14.99 per month for a family plan. That lets up to six people use the service, a huge savings over multiple individual accounts.

The update brings the app to 0.9.8, so we're still in beta mode here. You can grab the new version in the Play Store, no waiting required.

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