Apple has surprisingly launched a Beta version of Apple Music for the web. Apple Music was earlier available as an application just for Mac and Windows 10 (via iTunes). But not that it’s available as a website, even ChromeOS and Linux users can access it.
Spotify, Apple Music’s biggest competitor, also has a web player for years now. Apple Music for Web is quite similar to its app. On the left, you’ll find the For You, Browse and Radio sections along with your library.
On the top, it shows you the song you are currently listening to, along with other music controls. To use it, click here and sign in using an Apple ID if you have an Apple Music subscription. Then, you can start using it just like an application.
The website is in Beta mode and Apple will take feedback from its users. We think that Apple might launch the website officially alongside the updated iCloud website at the Apple Event on September 10th.
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