Web version of Apple Music officially launched after seven months of testing
21.04.2020 0 Comments
Apple recently launched the web version of its Apple Music music app. She no longer has a beta registry and is available to everyone at music.apple.com/browse.
The exit from the beta status, in which the web version of Apple Music was from September last year, turned out to be a formal number. No changes have been made either in terms of the interface or in terms of functionality with the release from beta to the final product stage.
Dark Theme Design for Apple Music Web Version
In general, the design of the web service repeats the interface of the Music application, which debuted with the new macOS Catalina OS. From the point of view of the possibility of almost complete parity with the Music application for Mac – there are the usual For You, Browse, and Radio sections along with playlists, recommendations, and more. Also in the web version of Apple Music there is a Replays function for compiling playlists of your favorite songs of the year (one for each year of subscription to Apple Music).
Using the web version of Apple Music, users can listen to music simply through a browser without having to install the application. The player works in all modern browsers and on all platforms, including Windows 10, Linux, Chrome OS and Android.
The launch of the web version of Apple Music is part of the company's overall effort to port its core services to the web to make them more attractive against competing offers. For example, a competing service and market leader Spotify, with more than 124 million paid subscribers, has a web version for a long time. Apple last shared statistics in June last year – then it was reported that the number of paid subscribers to the Apple Music music service exceeded 60 million.