Launched in beta at the beginning of September last year, the Apple Music on the web has just been officially launched by Apple.
The site is everything we can expect from a web version of Apple Music: accessible via music.apple.com, it offers the familiar interface that we’re used to on other platforms, with access to the “For You”, “Explore” tabs, “Radio”, your entire library, playlists, search engine and so on.
The coolest thing about Apple offering a web version is that, of course, it can be accessed from anywhere – including those using Windows, Linux or Chrome OS, who don’t have the native Music app.
In my experience, everything works wonderfully. I just think that Apple could work a little more on the service’s performance, which in my opinion leaves something to be desired by current standards (and especially when compared to competitor Spotify).
Obviously, to access the web version of Apple Music in its entirety, you must be a subscriber to the service. His catalog today has more than 60 million tracks, in addition to access to Beats 1 radio.