Here's something that came as a surprise: Apple just made a web version of Apple Music. Browser access is still in the testing phase, but is already accessible by all users as long as you have a service subscription, of course.
To this day, the most Ma made available on the web was a preview interface of its music platform, with the ability to hear up to 90 seconds of platform music; features like search, playlists and recommendations were not found anywhere. Now the thing changes: you have access to all the service features like radios, the synchronized library and everything!
We also have the playlists Human Curated Appeal and the “For You” tab lists. Overall, the web app is very similar to the macOS Catalina Music app including, it is also able to capture your preference between Light Mode or Dark Mode and adjust your interface accordingly.
Although it is still in beta, Apple Music on the web seems to be quite round and functional, the only thing I still can't do to subscribe to the service, but the company says the functionality will be available very soon. The question now is what happens with third-party Apple Music players already available on the Internet, such as Apple Music Player or Musish.
Is the step essential in popularizing the platform or are we talking about “more of the same”?