The web-based Apple Music platform which launched back in September last year has now exited beta. Prior to its accessibility via web browser, the company’s first-party music streaming platform was only available for its mobile devices.
Existing users can sign into the web version of the streaming platform with their Apple ID to enjoy all of its features and content, provided that they are subscribed to the service as well. Once logged in, the user will also be able to access all of their library and playlists which are synchronized with the mobile version.
The web version of the platform is an excellent approach for subscribers who wish to use the streaming service on systems that lack the native Apple Music app support, including Windows 10, Linux, and Chrome OS. Since it is accessible from the web, the platform is compatible with browsers such as Chrome, Mozilla, and Microsoft Edge.
As mentioned earlier, Apple’s music streaming service requires a subscription, therefore songs and other content are not available for free. However, non-subscribers are allowed to sample snippets of available music, and could also sign up for a three-month trial via iTunes if they wish.