It was six years ago when Apple made one of those decisions that could only be adopted due to the absence of the company’s founder, Steve Jobs, in a movement that became widely commented because it meant accepting Android as one more ecosystem to expand through. In 2015, the Cupertino people announced the arrival of their music platform to the Google OS as a way to win new customers. That first arrival came to be scarcely celebrated by Android users, since in their operating system they already had more than established musical alternatives, although those of Tim Cook continued to persevere until now, which have once again incorporated one of the differential elements that Apple Music for iOS landed last June: lossless audio and Dolby Atmos. Now available on Android The fact is that this very morning, the Americans have announced the arrival of that maximum quality in the musical themes of their Apple Music library, so that those users who have compatible hardware, will be able to squeeze the most of that high fidelity of a good part of the platform’s collection of musical themes. If you are one of those who have the Apple Music app on your Android device, remember to go to the Play Store to verify that you have the latest version and, if not, download it immediately. Once installed, you can have your music library fully updated to that lossless audio and Dolby Atmos that they show off. What’s more, as we imagine you already know, this bonus does not mean having to pay an additional amount to the monthly subscription and it will come out for the same price. In this way, it forces the competition to have to make a similar move in the coming months if they do not want to find themselves with such an obvious competitive disadvantage. In total, from Apple they announce that this improvement in quality will be extended over the days to the 75 million themes that they claim to offer, and for which we will need specific hardware if we want to enjoy them. In the iOS part, the way to do it is through Airpods or Beats headphones (which carry the H1 or W1 chip). That means that the same will happen for Android and we will have to make sure that the helmets are compatible with this transmission bitrate, which is much higher than usual.