Apple already promised to release a version of Apple Music for Android sometime this fall. Well, it’s fall now and it looks like the company is finally gearing up to make good on that promise.

A beta version of Apple Music for Android is apparently available via third-party website Betabound. That’s a bit unusual for Apple, which likes to keep everything in-house. Then again, releasing an Android app in the first place is pretty new for the Cupertino company as well.

Unfortunately it looks like the beta is already full, though hopefully Apple will release the official app soon. The company is set to offer the same three-month trial for Android users. The app will also include free access to Beats 1 Radio, though the rest of Apple’s online radio stations won’t be available.

It’s been fewer than three months since Apple Music first launched, which means the first wave of free trials is about to end. The music streaming service could see a huge drop in users depending on how many people decide to pay for it, though bringing Android fans onboard should give the app a boost just in time.