Now available – Apple Music Beats 1 radio on Android Cellphones

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Apple Apple Audio subscription service is only an iTunes and iOS affair for now — the Android app is not due out until later this year. But if you are absolutely dying to get in around the 1st floor, a handy Android user figured out a way to use one component of the expertise, the global Internet radio station Beats 1, out of the firm’s walled backyard. It is since been removed, however.

You will require a iOS device running iOS 6 or after or an Android apparatus operating at least 4.1 Jelly-Bean. You’ll also must reside in (or utilize a VPN centered in) among the Surpasses 1 launching countries. Once you’ve met these conditions, though, dangling with with Lowe, Ebro Darden, Julie Adenuga, as well as other Surpasses 1 team is as simple as playing the stream from this site, that has been taken down. It worked, originator Benjamin Rumble clarified on Twitter, by going into an “unencrypted HLS URL” of Surpasses 1, or basically exploiting an as-yet unpatched gap in Apple Music’s security. Therefore also check the Top SmartDNS services. Changing the IP address is the key for unblocking your favourite tv and radio services from anywhere!

The Uniform Resource Locator looked to work on just about any program with builtin help for HLS before it had been disassembled. Opera on Android and iOS and Firefox on OS X handled the supply just fine, as did XiiaLive Media Player Home Classic, iTunes 11, and Quicktime X.

Before Apple deprecated the Uniform Resource Locator, it was only a matter of time. It had good reason to: the the others who’ve published hyperlinks and Rumble are probably subverting whatever content defenses Apple’s implemented within iTunes as well as the Apple Music application. But do not expect from replacing the supply of streams, that to deter developers — previously, a thread on is continuously being upgraded with links to unofficial Beats 1 URLs. Short of encrypting all of its radio station’s transmissions, Apple has its work cut out for it.

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