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Apple publishes new Android app for managing Beats Pill+ speakers
Apple has just released their second app for the Google Play Store, and this one allows users to manage their Beats Pill+ speaker. This app follows up their less-than-diplomatic premiere Move to iOS, a release that saw some pretty hilarious responses.
This Beats Pill+ app is far more functional and less passive aggressive than Move to iOS, and it sports features that allow users to synchronize multiple speakers to achieve greater depth of sound and stereo effects, as well as the ability to let more than one user control music playing from a single speaker.
This companion app promises to give you and your friends greater control over your music. It was developed exclusively for the Beats Pill+ speaker, and it uses Bluetooth pairing to manage and control the device from your phone or tablet.
The Beats Pill+ is a small speaker designed by Apple that aims to provide rich, powerful sound in a tiny, sleek package. Advertised as sounding “bigger than its size,” the Beats Pill+ uses a “stereo active 2-way crossover system” that creates an “optimized sound field for dynamic range and clarity across all genres of music.” The device can also function as a speakerphone when connected with a mobile device and has a 12-hour battery life.
Although it’s not the long-awaited Apple Music, Beats Pill+ actually provides Android users who are not interested in swapping operating systems some utility. You can find it in the Google Play Store.