Apple music, a world wide famous music streaming utility is getting a huge upgrade. The new web interface launch can let the subscribers directly stream music from a browser and for that, installing iTunes or a separate Apple music app is not necessary.
However, this new service is still in Public beta mode and users might experience some bugs or crashes. The new users interface is kind of similar to Apple’s standalone music app which is possibly launching with macOS Catalina by the end of this year.
One of the best things about the Apple music web version is that it will work with chrome OS, Windows 10 and even Android.
Apple Music web Features
When it comes to features, users will be able to listen to tracks that they have synced to their libraries that are not on Apple music. Apple’s “For you” recommendations, radio stations are also the part of the public beta release.
Some of the features that are yet not released includes the flagship Beats 1 live broadcast, a few of Apple’s original music video content, smart playlists. However, Apple has also said that they will continue working on the web version of Apple music to make it better. You will also be able to directly sign up for Apple music directly from the web.
This smart move by Apple will give a tough competition to Spotify which has hit a record of 100 million paid subscribers. Spotify has been providing its web service, Spotify web player, since years and it lets its users to stream music without installing any application.