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. Apple Music subscribers have access to the service's entire streaming music collection and radio stations.
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How to subscribe to Apple Music
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.
Upgrade today to get your favorite music, movies, TV shows, and podcasts. Windows System Requirements. Visit the iTunes Store on iOS to buy and download your favorite songs, movies, and podcasts. You can also download macOS Catalina for an all-new entertainment experience on desktop.
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