Beta testing site Betabound is offering Android owners the chance to beta test the Android version of Apple Music.
Members of Betabound.com have received emails inviting them to apply to test the new Apple Music app for Android. (Via 9to5Mac)
We’re excited to invite you to come test Apple Music for Android. If you’re a current Android user that would like to join the beta for the new music streaming service, you won’t want to miss this opportunity. To learn more and apply, click the link below. Best of luck! The Betabound team.
The email links to a questionnaire which interested parties are required to fill out. Techaeris reports some of the questions require a pause to actually think, such as:
If you could only listen to 5 albums for the rest of your life, what would they be and why?
That’s actually a really good question, I’m not sure how I’d answer that right off the top of my head… If you can think of your 5 albums, share them in the comments section below, this might be fun!
While it’s little unusual for Apple to run a beta test through a third party, the Android marketplace is a whole different animal from the iOS App Store. Plus, a 9to5Google reader says they have experience with Betabound, and reports the firm is on the up-and-up, as the parent company, Centercode, has been around for over ten years.
If you’re an Android user, (don’t worry, we won’t make fun of you), let us know if you get accepted the Android beta of Apple Music. We’d love to hear about your experience with the app.