Apple Music is Launch On the Web | Beta Version.


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Today, Apple Music has launched a new web-based service for their subscribers to stream music directly from a browser without installing iTunes or any other Apple Music app. Apple launch a public beta version for this web-based music streaming service which is available for Apple music subscriber (beta.music.apple.com) worldwide.   

The interface for this Apple Music looks like Apple’s new standalone Music app that the company is going to launch this year, aside from it keeps running inside an internet browser. This new music streaming service from Apple can work with any browser like Google Chrome and on all gadgets, including Windows 10, Chrome OS, and even on Android mobiles.

Apple Music is also offered on non-Apple platforms, like Android, Windows, Sonos, and Amazon Echo.

Although, this service is in beta mode but includes many core features like searching and playing songs from the Apple Music catalog, easily accessible playlist, library, browse and radio and more. Many other important features like flagship Beats 1 live broadcast are also going to add in the further development of the service.

Apple is requesting for the feedback from users so they can work on the product to add more features and remove all bugs and errors during this beta testing period.  
In the future, new users can easily subscribe to Apple Music through the website. But to use this service now you must have an existing subscription of Apple Music.

There are other competitors like Spotify, Pandora/SiriusXM, Amazon Music, YouTube Music and other local players which Apple Music is going to face.

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