Apple Music users have had to wait almost four years to try the web version of the service. At present is in beta, and any user can already try it.
We remember that it is a beta, so it is possible that it is not yet completely stable or we encounter some errors. As for the interface, remind the independent application to arrive with macOS Catalina by the end of the year.
From any browser or operating system
Apple claims that it is compatible with all browsers (Chrome, Opera or Firefox) and even in mobile versions (yes, also on Android). It is good news for those users who want to listen to music on computers that do not want or cannot install the app.
From this web version We can access the entire service catalog, in addition to consulting our library, playlists, the "For You" section or the Apple Music radio stations.
Anyway, you have to keep in mind that it is not possible to download content to be able to listen to it without connection. It should also be made clear that some features are missing in the beta, such as being able to enjoy the live broadcast of Beats 1.
Apple says that, in the near future, be possible to sign up for the service directly from the web version (something that, at the moment, cannot be done from the beta version).
They promise that in the future you can even sign up for Apple Music from the web version
Obviously, it is necessary to be a subscriber of the service to be able to use it completely. If you are not, you can take a tour of the platform (as you check its catalog), being able to listen to 30 seconds of each song.
Many users had been asking Apple for a web version of Apple Music for some time. It was a necessary movement since, in addition, they save having to develop exclusive applications for other operating systems (Linux or Chrome OS).
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