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Things are about to change for Apple Music, as fans of the music platform have wished for the ability to access their music library through a Web browser, rather than having to use iTunes APP.
Apple has finally unveiled a Web player for Apple Music and the new Web player should work in all browsers but currently in beta, which could be accessed live at beta.music.apple.com.
With this launch you can access your entire music library but some sections such as ‘TV & Film’ isn’t accessible yet. Still, it’s a long overdue feature and we’re glad Apple has finally launched it.
We tried it on Safari and had no trouble signing in. It should also works on others like Chrome, Microsoft Edge, etc., too. The web player seems a little glitchy at the moment, as at times it simply threw up an “error” message when trying to switch sections but then it worked fine after a while.
The interface of the Apple Music Web has a clean and simple look, with all the main sections listed on the left such as your library and custom playlists as well as the main sections such as For You, Browse and Radio.
For all existing Apple Music user, simply enter your Apple ID credentials and complete the two-factor authentication. The Web player will automatically shows you your synced playlists and albums which have been added to your library.