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Apple Music launches on the web in public beta
Apple Music on the web adapts according to your macOS theme, and that’s really neat!
Apple has expanded Apple Music out of native platforms today. The music streaming service from Apple is now available to experience on the web.
Currently in beta, Apple Music is bringing in a lot of features to its web counter-part, and looks familiar to the Mac app. The website features dedicated “For You,” “Browse,” and “Radio” sections in the sidebar, with entire Apple Music library alongside. If you have “Sync Library” enabled, then you’ll be able to maintain the same library across all of your devices.
Existing Apple Music subscribers can simply sign-in to the web app, and start streaming their favorites. Meanwhile, new users can sign-up for Apple Music through Mac, iOS, or Android for free, as the web version lacks the ability to offer new sign
Interestingly, Apple Music on the web adapts according to your macOS theme, and that’s really neat!
This is a big move from Apple to attract more users into using Apple Music, with the web version being accessible to any device that has a web browser, including the likes of Linux, Windows and ChromeOS machines. You can try out Apple Music web experience yourself at beta.music.apple.com.