Apple’s coding apps for Android. Can you tell? Or have you moved to iOS? Maybe you’ve stuck around with Android? Point is, Cupertino is no longer ignoring Mountainview’s mobile fanbase while also recognizing that providing services to them can only have the company stand to benefit. We’ve been hearing whiffs about when Apple Music could be hopping over to the green side.

Well, it’s nearly here. And Apple is looking for help — maybe yours — to test it out. Okay, the thing is, Apple contracted the job out to beta testing organizer Centercode via its consumer-facing front, Betabound. Centercode has been around for awhile and has beta-tested apps like Waze. Apple might be washing its hands of having to directly interact with some admittedly vitriolic Android bloodhounds, but it’s really not often we see the company shirk like this. Of course, tea leaves and motivations may differ.

And in case you’re wondering, applications are still open as of this post. You just need to sign up to Betabound and answer a questionaire.

Source: Betabound
Via: 9to5Mac

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