Apple Music on Android.

Apple Music has been available on Android since 2015, and it’s one of the few Apple apps on Google’s platform. The Cupertino giant hasn’t forgotten about updating the app though, and the latest beta version brings some big features.

The Apple Music v3.0.0 beta is now available via the Play Store beta initiative, and brings Chromecast support and radio station integration, according to Android Police.

The former feature means you can now seamlessly cast audio from the app to a Google Home speaker, Chromecast device, Android TV box, or any other device supporting Google’s Cast feature.

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Apple is also integrating radio stations from TuneIn Radio, Radio.com, and iHeartRadio. The move means you can now check out over 100,000 radio stations from around the world, according to the Cupertino company.

These aren’t the only features to land on an Apple Music beta in recent weeks, as the app previously received a dark mode too. Either way, here’s hoping Apple continues to bring meaningful additions to the Android version of its music-streaming app.

Which music streaming service do you prefer? Let us know via the comments section below. Otherwise, you can sign up for the Apple Music beta via the Play Store link below.

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