Apple Music launches public beta on the web

You can finally listen to Apple Music on the web

You can finally listen to Apple Music on the web

New users can sign up for the service on their Android, iOS, or Mac devices.

Given how Apple continues to pivot its business toward services, we may also see Web versions of the News and TV apps that would expand the audiences for Apple News+ and the upcoming Apple TV+. More generally, the release may point to Apple's plans for Windows in a post-iTunes world. There are a few things it cant do such as live stream the Beats 1 radio station or present you with smart playlists.

Apple Music is one of the best streaming music services.

If I were still an Apple Music subscriber, I'd probably go with the web app.

If you're an existing Apple Music user, then all you need to do is enter your Apple ID credentials and complete the two-factor authentication. If you already have an account then you can check out the web app via the link at the bottom of this post.

Because this is and open beta, Apple would like to hear feedback from users to help improve the user experience.

However with Apple's big move into services this year, that's clearly got to change.

The company said that the web version is an early beta test.

If you run a computer music setup, it's always advisable to hold off from upgrading to any new version of your operating system, as there will invariably be teething problems that might cause issues with your software or hardware. By contrast, the Apple Music web app is primarily focused on letting you listen to your music rather than manage it.

We confirmed the web player works on several Macs and Android phones. While Spotify has its fans, Apple Music offers a fairly vast library of music and works well across platforms.

The "Up Next" queue is also here, and you can add and remove tracks from the queue, although at this point you can't reorder them. You can access your library, playlists, and For You sections.

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