How to Use Apple Music On The Web

One of the features that have been on my Apple Music wishlist for long is a full-fledged web player. Though the tech giant does offer an option to listen to songs on the web, it’s not exactly what you’d like to have.

Not that I have badly missed it, I would be more than happy to get the option to use Apple Music on the web.

To fill the void; Naveed Gol and Musish team have come up with pretty workable solutions that allow users to stream the Apple Music library using a web browser. So, how do they work?

How to Use Apple Music On the Web

These unofficial Apple Music web players sport a pretty clean interface and work reliably. To get going, all you have to do is head over to websites and log in using your account and password.

Once you have logged in to your account, you will have access to all of your playlists, alums and For You recommendations. Simply put, they have all the basic functionalities to let you enjoy music on any device.

How to Listen to Apple Music in Any Web Browser

Are These Third-Party Apple Music Web Players Secure?

Yeah, these web players are secure. It’s because these websites have to use MusicKit JS–Apple’s API which ensures they are able to get only a valid token to access the Apple music library, and therefore your Apple ID credentials stay safe.

Moreover, the tech giant sends you a Two-Factor Authentication code to confirm the authorization. So, there is no possibility of privacy infringement or anything like that.

Not A Perfect Solution But Worth Giving a Try…

While I can’t call these web players a perfect solution, they are definitely worth a try. Times when you are browsing the web and want to put your hands on your entire Apple Music library, it can come in handy. Besides, if you use Linux computers and want to play nice with Apple’s music-streaming service, it can live up to your demand really well.

A Few Limitations…

These web players lack a few features like the options to add new music to the library and rearrange the Up Next cue. Besides, they also don’t let you listen to your Beats 1 or other created radio stations.

If you want to have a full-fledged experience, these limitations may seem to be hurdles. But don’t be disappointed, the developers have promised to bring them sooner than later.

Signing Off…

There you go! Until Apple introduces a permanent solution, make the most of these third-party options to fill up the void. And yes, do tell us about which one of the above two alternatives has impressed you more. Plus, the changes you would like to see in them so that they can be more user-friendly.

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