Apple Music is now available to stream in your web browser. Apple Music for the web quietly launched in beta in September but seems to have slid under the radar for most folks who didn't know the service existed. It lets you stream more than 60 million songs and access playlists, albums, artists and favorites you may have saved on your iPhone. The web version is convenient for subscribers who normally use the Apple Music app on an iPhone or iPad but have not used the service on a Windows computer where they'd have to download and install Apple's famously sluggish iTunes software. It's not as relevant for Mac users, as Apple replaced iTunes with a much better app just for Music as well as separate apps for Podcasts and TV in the newest version of macOS. There's a list of your playlists and different sections of Apple Music such as For You, which has recommended tunes, Browse and Radio on the left panel.
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Listen to Apple Music in apps
Apple Music has found a home in your web browser—sort of. On Sunday, a Reddit user discovered that if you log into the Apple Music tool for marketers with your Apple ID, the site will play full versions of songs instead of just the previews you might have previously seen on the web. The site also lets you search through the complete Apple Music catalog. Overall, it functions like a slightly confusing, yet still pretty useful web client for Apple Music. You can access it by going to: tools.
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At last, you can listen to Apple Music on the web, in your browser of choice, instead of needing an iOS or Android app, or iTunes app for Mac or Windows. We confirmed the web player works on several Macs and Android phones. As you can see, the web player looks pretty darn similar to the new Music app that replaces iTunes on the upcoming macOS Catalina.