Written by Jason
"Apple really needs a web player for Apple Music
I love Apple Music and would love to be able to listen to it at work but since I don't want to use iTunes on the computer (too much hassle), I Just use Spotify and don't like it as much." – Reddit user
This post, getting over 60% upvotes, shows to a large extent that Apple Music web browser or web player is to be expected by most of the Apple Music users. Luckily, our expectance seems to be realizable finally as there is a clue indicating that the web version of Apple Music is probably ready to let you listen to Apple songs more easily like Spotify and Amazon Music without endure the hassle of iTunes. So, this guide will tell you how to use Apple Music web browser to listen to Apple Music on computer easily.
This could seem not to be a problem now as a sharp-eyed Reddit user had found that there is an interface upgrade of the widget that Apple Music service provides for artists to promote their music, and also allows users to log in to Apple Music accounts to listen to Apple Music without iTunes on computer directly. Why this Apple Music embeddable web player widget is added at the very moment before the launch of WWDC 2019? Maybe Apple has got Apple Music web browser prepared, and we hope the official Apple Music web player for all browsers on different platforms will be announced quickly.
When this Reddit user posts the update, it gets hot discussions. Most of the Apple Music users are very pleased to hear this and tell that they are looking forward to Apple Music web player for a long time.
"This would be the best thing ever. I've been waiting for a web player forever and this shows that they at least have the functionality somewhat there." - butzsecs
"Wow If this is legit I'm staying with apple music" - AquamarineHills
"Wow really cool. I would love to have a web based iTunes like this as an option over fucking iTunes."
If this Apple Music web browser widget would work on your computer, you can no longer be tied to the annoying iTunes and even uninstall it, or you may simply want to take a look at how to install Apple Music for Windows 10.
Though it is not full-fledged to offer all Apple Music, it can satisfy most requirements you put forward to Apple Music songs playlists. You can choose to play the Apple Music that Apple recommends for you or just search for Apple Music you love by artist, type, genre, etc. at will.
Just visit https://tools.applemusic.com/ and sign in with your Apple Music account (it's often your Apple ID). Once logged in, the embedded Apple Music web browser will recognize what types of subscription you have and allows you to play full songs, albums and playlists freely like what you do on iTunes and iPhone Apple Music app.
Whether Apple will show more about the Apple Music web player or not on WWDC 2019, it is already good news that you can use this web browser widget to enjoy Apple Music on computer without iTunes. However, what if Apple Music web browser is not working because of the internet or other issues, how to listen to Apple Music without Apple Music web player?
This way is only for you who has excluded iTunes and whose Apple Music web browser totally doesn't work.
It is suggested to download Apple Music on iPhone and transfer to computer to play with an offline music player. 5KPlayer is such an application for Mac and Windows to allow users to double-click to play kinds of DRM-removed Apple Music and 4K 1080p 720p HD MP4 MKV etc. videos in high quality. Here, you may wonder how to transfer Apple Music and remove DRM, and the answer is 5KPlayer mate DearMob iPhone Manager.
DearMob iPhone Manager is a Apple Music transfer tool that you can use to bulk transfer music on iPhone to computer in a click. Moreover, DearMob iPhone Manager can magically remove the DRM protection to Apple Music without influencing the file quality and allows the encrypted Apple Music to be sharable among platforms including Windows and Android. After removing DRM from Apple Music, you can throw the music files at 5KPlayer to play without restrictions.
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