Finally our pleas have been heard. The apple company has just announced the expansion of Apple Music with the arrival of a new web interface that will allow subscribers to listen to music streaming from their browser, without having to install iTunes, a third-party platform or the application of Apple Music separately.
According to The Verge, the interface looks a lot like the new music app independent of Apple that the company will launch with macOS Catalina later this year, except that it runs inside a web browser. The apple company says it should work on all browsers, including Google Chrome, and on all devices, including Windows 10, Chrome OS and even mobile platforms such as Android.
The details about Apple Music web
As has been known, the web version of Apple Music offers access to the entire service catalog, as well as any track that users have synchronized with their libraries, which is not in Apple Music Playlists, including 'For you' personalized recommendations from Apple, and the radio stations of Apple Music will also be available.
However, it is important to note that the beta site lacks some features, including live streaming Beats badge 1, some of the original contents of music videos and smart playlists. But nevertheless, Apple It indicates that it will continue to build its web version over time. In addition, it will eventually allow users to subscribe to Apple Music directly from the web, something that will not be available in this beta version.
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