In September of 2019, Apple launched the beta launch program for Apple Music on the web. The project has moved on, and, today, it is ready for all users.
Apple Music web site It provides users with a similar experience for the Apple Music for Mac app, categories Parati, Check and Radio, as well as exclusive content such as special events, playlists and recommendations.
You can log into the Apple Music web version from here.
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Apple Music web site
Apple Music on the web has finally come out with its beta version and is available at https://music.apple.com/en/brows. The previous beta version was https://beta.music.apple.com and accessing it will redirect you to the last released version.
The Apple Music web version works much the same as it does on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac. You just have to come in from the icon in the upper right corner of the webpage and you will have access to all of your music content. Of course, the web version still has a lot of data to investigate, so don't expect powerful, complete and fluid user information as on other Apple devices or machines.
Apple Music content plays directly in the web browser, and is available on many applications and devices, including Windows 10, Linux and Chrome OS
If you are not already a member of Apple Music, you should know that you have the option of trying for a three-month free subscription, after which time you can choose an individual, family or student program.