Now Apple Music users are not only limited to the app to enjoy the music. Yes, the Apple Music is getting a big expansion with a new web interface that will allow all the subscribers to stream music directly from a browser without installing iTunes or a separate Apple Music app. Today, the company makes a new web interface live as a public beta for subscribers. To enjoy the Apple music on the web, visit beta.music.apple.com.
On the Rock & Roll Mode with Apple Music on the Web
The new web interface is giving the same impression that we have experience in the Apple’s new standalone Music app that the Apple is planning to launch with macOS Catalina this year, except it is running inside a web browser.
According to Apple, the new Apple music web is ready to work on browsers, such as Google Chrome, and on all devices, that include Windows 10, Chrome OS, and even mobile platforms like Android.
The site is providing access to the entire Apple Music catalog and also any tracks users have synced to their libraries that are not available on App. Playlists such as Apple’s personalized “For You” recommendations and Apple Music’s radio stations are also available as part of the beta.
The new web interface move also allows Apple to introduce Apple Music to multiple platforms. We hope subscribers will love the new idea.
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