After a long wait, Beats Music is finally available.

The service, which is a competitor to streaming services like Spotify and Pandora, costs $9.99 a month for access to a collection of 20 million songs. The service will be available for Android users, but the app hasn't launched within the Google Play Store just yet.

The love child of Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine, Beats Music (formerly known as Daisy) is attempting to differentiate itself from the handful of other streaming services out there by letting its users discover tracks on their own, with the user only picking out their favorite genres of music as a starting point. Beats' launch was beaten by a day by Baboom, Kim Dotcom's new service which went live yesterday with an electropop album from the founder of Mega and Megaupload himself. So, Dre, where's our new music? 

Get it in the App Store here.

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[via USA Today]