Apple Music’s Web Browser-based Player Launches

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In September 2019, Apple launched a beta website of Apple Music, offering users a similar experience as a Mac version of Apple Music. This web-based Apple Music offers “For You,” “Browse,” and “Radio” sections, along with playlists, recommendations and more. And now, after testing it in beta for at least six months, Apple has released the final version of its web-based Apple Music.

As of now, the web version of Apple Music is now available at music.apple.com. The previous beta.music.apple.com address automatically forwards to the newly launched version.

You can sign in on this website with your Apple ID that has an associated ‌Apple Music‌ subscription. Once you are signed into the web version of Apple Music, you will have access to all of your library and playlist content, as well as the same personal mixes and recommendations you’ll see in the Music apps for iOS, Mac, and Android.

In case, if you are new to Apple Music, once you will visit this site you will see an option to sign up for Apple Music’s free trial offer, a process that is handled through the dedicated Music app or iTunes.

With the availability of Apple Music on the web, the company has expanded the availability of its Music service on every platform. So, no matter you are using Windows, Linux, Android, or iOS, you can always have access to your Apple Music library and play music on the browser.

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