Apple's streaming music service has taken a new turn, and the company has officially launched a public test of the new Web version of Apple Music since today. If you're an Apple Music subscriber, you only need a browser to experience Apple's music service in the future without installing iTunes or music apps.
Apple has previously launched a web version of Apple Music, but the experience is simple. The new web version of Apple Music brings users the same experience as other platforms. If you are a subscriber, the new interface will be very easy to get started. You will also experience all the core functions of the service, including database, search, browsing, recommendation, broadcasting, etc., and support dark mode.
Extending Apple Music to the Web platform is of great significance to Apple, not only to meet the access needs of users who cannot install iTunes or music app on their devices, but also to lower the threshold for expanding new users. Also, there is no need to consider the support of the Windows platform when upgrading the version of iTunes or music app in the future.
The new version of Apple Music is currently in public beta. Although only subscribers to Apple Music can experience it at present, Apple says that new users will be able to register directly on the Web in the future.
You can experience it now. The address is here: