Apple Music gets a web player at last

Apple Music listeners can now take their streaming experience into Google Chrome, Safari and any other browsers at long last.

A new web player for Apple Music has just launched. Four years since Apple’s music streaming service launched it now has a website that means you can use it from web browsers.

Apple launched Apple Music back in 2015 and have since seen massive growth, quickly growing to become one of the biggest music streaming services in the world. But until now streaming Apple Music on computers has required the sluggish iTunes app.

The new web player is in beta but available worldwide. It offers up access to their full music catalogue and lets users browse through their library, playlists and For You section. The entire service is pretty much available there on the web, however you can’t download songs to listen offline.

The web player still has some tweaking but for now listeners can be happy they don’t have to open up a clunky iTunes to get streaming on their computers. Apple promise to allow new users to sign up through the web player soon.

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