Apple Music is finally here, and you don't need a Mac or iOS device to enjoy it. Apple's new all-you-can-eat music subscription service is available for Windows via iTunes, meaning anyone with the music playback software can enjoy millions of streaming songs and around-the-clock live radio from Beats 1. If you're eager to jam Taylor Swift's on a loop until your ears can't possibly take it anymore, here's how to get Apple Music on your Windows PC. Apple will ask if you agree to share details about your library. Select No Thanks or Agree. You're all set! Feel free to peruse Apple Music's live radio stations, Connect artist pages and millions of streamable songs. For a breakdown of Apple Music's pros and cons, check out our early impressions. Laptop Mag. How to Get Apple Music on Windows 1.
Can you listen to Apple Music on PC? The answer is, sure, but how? Listening to Apple Music on PC is not an outdated way. Think of it, if your phone is charging, using your PC or laptop to play Apple Music is just a good idea and can give your phone some good rest. Especially when you are using your PC or laptop at the same time. You can simply plug in your earphone, move the mouse, browser the playlists, and select which song to listen to is just way more convenient as you can see a bigger interface on your PC. So next, we prepare 3 best ways on how to listen to Apple Music on PC. Check them up and see which way do you prefer! Although iTunes is retired on Mac , on PC, it is still working well. Besides music, you can also enjoy movies, TV shows, audiobooks, and radio podcasts on iTunes.
Windows Products. Apple Music Converter Windows Try. Spotify Music Converter Windows Try. Netflix Video Downloader Windows Try. Mac Products. Apple Music Converter for Mac Try. Spotify Music Converter for Mac Try. Apple Music is one of the most popular music streaming services nowadays. Earlier, Spotify, Google Play Music, Tidal, and other competing music services have allowed users to freely enjoy their music from a web browser instead of installing the software. You could listen to a few seconds clips of Apple Music songs on the web, and if you wanted to play full songs, you would need iTunes App.
Apple Music is available through your browser — so long as you know where to look. The streaming service from the Cupertino tech giants hasn't officially got support for a browser based version, instead relying on iTunes integration and mobile apps.
But a Reddit user has discovered a tool that fills the gap, if a little clumsily. If you jump into the Apple Music tool for marketers, and then use your Apple Music ID to sign in, you'll be offered full versions of songs where the browser usually only offers preview clips. The entire catalogue is available for searching through too. Now, of course, if you're using iTunes, you can already access Apple Music on a computer — it's not simply limited to mobile devices by default.
However, if you're on a work machine tied to a corporate network, you may not be easily able to get access to iTunes. In this case, being able to sign into Apple Music through a browser may be the only way to cheekily listen to your tunes while you work away. The fact that Apple hasn't made an official option to access Apple Music through a browser is a frustrating one, particularly considering rivals like Spotify and Tidal offer relatively fully featured tools for doing just the same. This backdoor isn't ideal, and may be closed soon, but it's a start.
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