Apple has taken the next steps to make Apple Music more accessible for those not owning Apple devices. Just today, the tech giant released an Apple Music web page open beta. Now, anyone can access their Apple Music account through any web browser. Granted, one still needs to have an active Apple Music subscription to take advantage of the beta.
If you have an Apple Music subscription, you’re all set. If you go to the link here, you’ll be brought to the new page and promoted to sign in with your account. From there, you’ll be able to do pretty much everything like listening to your playlists and searching for new music. As of now, the public beta does not offer users to access music videos and smart playlists. Over time, new features will be implemented to the web page interface.
Because this is and open beta, Apple would like to hear feedback from users to help improve the user experience. Be sure to let them know what works and what needs to be tweaked while the page is still in beta! While the beginning stages might have some bugs or imperfections, by the end of the beta, it should be a smooth and seamless experience.
You can reach the beta site on all platforms by following this link: beta.music.apple.com