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Apple launches Apple Music web app beta

[2019-09-05 21:51:00]

One of Apple Music’s most obvious missing features has been the inability of subscribers to listen to your library, playlists, or radio selections without using the iOS app, Android app, or iTunes (soon to be Apple Music in macOS Catalina). Without a web-based experience, it was harder to play your tunes from computers or mobile devices you don’t own and sharing on social media felt limited.It was such an obvious missing feature that a recent unofficial web player attracted a couple hundred thousand users.To read this article in full, please click here

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