Apple Music is now available as a Web App

You can now enjoy Apple Music on the web using the streaming service’s new public beta web app.

Being an Apple Music subscriber, you can use the web version by signing in with your Apple ID at beta.music.apple.com.

Packed with full features

Packed with full features
Packed with full features

This web version has all the features as the mobile app, like browsing and curated playlists and genres, radio. You can use it on your computer without installing anything.

Using this new interface, you can stream your favorite music from an internet browser rather than installing iTunes or the separate Apple Music app.

Apple Music for the Web is part of a wider overall strategy to bring Apple Music everywhere the users are listening to music.

Apple Music replacing iTune in Music

Apple Music replacing iTune in Music
Apple Music replacing iTune in Music

Apple started to retire the iconic iTunes app earlier this year, but it has been reborn within MacOS as Apple TV, Apple Music, and Apple Podcasts. As Apple gradually started phasing out iTunes, its primary focus for music lovers has been on Apple Music. Apple has been including new features to it to make it more competitive in the world of other popular music streaming services like Spotify and Pandora.

The streaming service is packed with certain artists or albums that you can’t elsewhere or any other music streaming platform. This includes Dr. Dre’s album Chronic and Compton can only be found on Apple Music.

You get nearly 50 million songs on-demand, as well as live radio stations in Apple Music. The streaming service can make you pay $10 per month. Whereas, Spotify has 30 million songs in its library and is available for $10 a month, ad-free.

As per TechCrunch, Spotify had 108 million subscribers, while Apple only had 60 million.