The best-selling Google Music app, called Google Music for iOS and Google Music on Android, has now expanded to Android.
The Google Music music app now supports a whopping 1,400 instruments.
Google says that there are 1,600 instruments in the app right now, and they’re all great for music lovers, but it will eventually add more.
“Google Music for Android is the most comprehensive, accurate, and easy-to-use music collection and discovery platform available,” Google Music CEO, Andy Rubin, wrote in a blog post announcing the new additions.
“With Google Music, you can instantly create, discover, and share music for all your favorite activities and listen to music on the go.”
It’s not clear if any of the instruments will be free.
However, if you buy one, you’ll get a free upgrade to a free version.
Google Music is free to download, but you’ll need to buy an account to listen to the songs.
The app will be updated to include more instruments in coming weeks.