The version of Apple Music on the web, accessible from any browser, is no longer a beta. Launched last autumn, the service allows – even non-subscribers – to listen to some songs and excerpts. For subscribers, the version of Apple Music on the web of the service follows the app for iOS, macOS and Android. Some functions are missing, such as the ability to view song lyrics.
obviously it is possible to use the web service from Safari (browser until recently not supported by the competitor Spotify). The most interesting aspect, however, is the ability to access the platform from any browser, even from Windows, Linux, ChromeOS and so on, without the need for a native client. In practice, Apple can now boast the 360 availability of its service.
Among the upcoming events, this weekend Apple Music will broadcast live streaming "One World: Together At Home", a special program organized in collaboration with Global Citizen and the World Health Organization, to support the fight against COVID-19. Edited in collaboration with Lady Gaga and broadcast worldwide, the event will include appearances and performances by a wide range of pop superstars, from Billie Eilish to Andrea Bocelli, passing through Chris Martin, Elton John, FINNEAS, J Balvin, John Legend, Kacey Musgraves, Lizzo, Maluma, Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder.
Apple explains that the initiative will help direct donations to humanitarian organizations, food banks and manufacturers that fight the frontline crisis, and will include interviews and discussions with public health experts. In Italy the event will be visible starting at 2 am on Saturday.
Recall that in recent days Apple Music has launched a $ 50 million fund to support independent record labels in the coronavirus emergency.