Apple Music‘s long-awaited web player is now available as a public beta. With the web version of Apple Music you will be able to listen to music on the internet without the need for any application. Let’s also remind you that Apple Music’s unofficial web application was positively interpreted by users and there was a serious demand for the official app. Now we can say that these comments will become official.
With the web version available to all subscribers who register at Beta.music.apple.com, users have direct access to all playlists and music catalogs they have at Apple Music. Shortly thereafter, apple music’s personalized lists will also be included in the beta version. Apple also said they would continue to develop the new version, and their goal was to provide a seamless music experience. In the meantime, let’s also remind you that Apple will receive feedback from users.
The web version is one of Apple’s ways to make music service more accessible across platforms. The service is already available as an app for iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Apple Watch and Mac. However, the lack of a web version left Apple Music in the background compared to its competitors. Because the same feature has been available on Spotify for years.
The reason why Apple is taking so long is actually very simple. Apple generally considers its integration with its own devices when making any of its services available. Having a web version of Apple Music means it can be used on other devices. But it’s admirable that Apple chose such a move as iPhone sales were falling day by day.
It is not clear at this time when the web version of Apple Music will be released from beta.