Published: Tue, September 10, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Apple Music comes to the web

Apple Music comes to the web

The public beta, which launches today, is the first time Apple has offered an app free option since the birth of iTunes almost two decades ago.

You can finally listen to Apple Music on the web, in any browser of your choice, instead of relying on the dedicated app.

With the web app, subscribers can access Apple's entire music catalog on all browsers and devices, including all mobile platforms - even Android. If all else fails, you can just go to on any web browser and play your music from there. The web version is now in beta and available to everyone across the world. In typical Apple fashion, the company has taken its own sweet time in rolling our this feature, but we say, better late than never. Playlists - including Apple's personalized "For You" recommendations - and Apple Music's radio stations will be available as part of the beta, too. Now that Apple Music has a web version, I can pretty much enjoy the service on all platforms. All major music streaming providers such as Spotify, Google Play Music and even Jio Saavan have Web interfaces for streaming music online.

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With Apple looking to increase its services revenue, this latest venture is no doubt a way to make the product more competitive and increase sales. As of now, the public beta does not offer users to access music videos and smart playlists.

So, those are five new features that will be coming to the stable version of Apple Music for Android soon. You'll need to sign in to your account to access your preferences and music, of course. Currently, you will see a "Try It Now" button near the bottom.

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