Apple Music is now available in web format for all browsers

It has been more than half a year since Apple released its first test version of this music player for browsers, but finally, the company has just announced the removal of this beta tag, expanding the availability of Apple Music Web to all subscribers, regardless of the operating system you use and even the platform from which you connect.

In this way, Apple manages to position itself even more against its main competitor, Spotify, after the elimination and dismissal of the classic iTunes, currently replaced by three applications dedicated exclusively to each of the music, podcasts, and TV sections.

However, although Apple Music Web can finally be considered a complete service, we continue to find some limitations in its use compared to the application, one of the simplest examples being the impossibility of making downloads to listen to music offline. Something has undoubtedly driven by the very nature of this tool, designed for use on computers, and not so much on roaming devices.
Thus, the rest of the functionalities will be available, with full access to the more than 60 million songs in its catalog, synchronized lyrics, exclusive content on artists, radio stations, and all the functionalities of the profiles of Apple Music, with which we can create and share our lists with the rest of iCloud users and friends.

Currently, we can subscribe to this service from 9.99 euros of your monthly rate, with offers and reduced prices such as the student rate or the family plan, which will reduce its price to 4.99 or 2.49 euros per month respectively. In addition, Apple Music is currently offering a seven-day free trial, as well as an offer for new users, with which we will have access to all content completely free of charge for the first three months.


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