Apple Music is available for Android and iOS and can now be accessed even by those who do not have the app. The service gained a web version to help subscribers listen to music through any browser.
The new version is still in beta, but manages to perform the main tasks of the app. It gathers all the songs in the library, including those that are not available in the service and have been synchronized from your device.
The interface, which can be accessed at beta.music.apple.com, remembers iTunes and the Apple Music app on macOS Catalina. It has themed radio stations and playlists created by the cell phone, but does not yet allow creating new playlists.
Other items not available in the web version are the live broadcasts of Beats 1 radio and video content. In addition, there is no option for new users to become subscribers.
The limitations should be addressed in the future, as Apple makes improvements to the site. With the web version, the company increases the reach of its streaming service, which can be used on Windows 10, Chrome OS and other operating systems.
The novelty also equates the platform with Spotify, which can be heard in browsers for a long time. Apple’s service, which has 60 million subscribers, is the second most used in the world and is second only to Spotify, with 108 million subscribers.