Apple Music is available through desktop or mobile applications. Now, Apple’s music streaming service is expanding its availability to the web browser.
Apple has officially launched the Apple Music player for the web. However, the Apple Music website is still available in beta, so what is currently shown is still subject to change.
Citing Ubergizmo, Saturday (06/09/2019), users who subscribe to Apple Music can enter through the web player. Then, they can access Apple Music as usual just like on a desktop or computer.
Will Apple Music Web Version Available to Regular Users?
Then, what about the users who do not subscribe to Apple’s service? Users who are not subscribed can still browse the website and preview all songs, but cannot play them in full.
If you are interested in seeing the Apple Music web version, then visit its official website. Then you can sign in using Apple ID, as reported by Tech Crunch.
The Web Version does not compromise on the core function
When logged in, the service will display many core features such as searching and playing songs from the Apple Music catalog, library, accessing your playlist, and more.
In addition, Apple Music’s main sections such as Library, Search, For You, Browse, and Radio will also be available on the web version. Other features will continue to roll over time because the service is on development.
During the beta testing period, Apple will ask for feedback from customers. Because the giant from Cupertino is working on the product to help streamline features and reduce all bugs.