Apple Music Comes to the Web - Here’s How To Get Started

Brenda Watkins
September 10, 2019

Apple on Thursday launched a public beta of its new web-based Apple Music service that allows users to directly stream music inside a browser without installing a separate app.

Now available in Beta, the new web app offers a similar user experience to the new Apple Music app on the Mac, offering dedicated tabs for For You, Browse, and Radio, as well as porting over any playlists and recommendations from Apple Music on macOS and iOS.

The site offers access to the entire Apple Music catalog as well as any tracks users have synced to their libraries that aren't on Apple Music.

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Apple has launched a beta version of a web player for Apple Music.

Apple's iPhone 11 keynote may not be until next week, but that's not stopping the company from releasing a new product ahead of time. The website now forces you to go through iTunes to sign up for Apple Music. If you already have an account then you can check out the web app via the link at the bottom of this post. All major music streaming providers such as Spotify, Google Play Music and even Jio Saavan have Web interfaces for streaming music online. So you can search for songs, playlists, etc., access your For You playlist, Browse, and Radio.

Apple will be requesting feedback from beta web users of Apple Music, as they work to squash bugs and improve features. According to the Wall Street Journal, Apple Music has more paid subscribers than Spotify in the US. Apple promise to allow new users to sign up through the web player soon. Other features will become available at a later stage as the service is further developed.

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