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Entries in Apple Music (77)

Monday
Sep092019

Apple Music finally gets web version of the app

Apple has given in to the demand of users looking for a web version of the Apple Music app. The company launched a beta web-based version of its music streaming service on Thursday, filling in a gap that its competitors already offered. Existing users can sign in using their Apple ID. And the site keeps a lot of the core features of the mobile app. You can search and play songs from the Apple Music catalogue or your library (if Sync Library is enabled) and access your playlists. All the main sections of the Apple Music app are included as well (Library, Search, For You, Browse, and Radio). Apple plans to add more features as they develop the site. The company will ask users for feedback to help streamline features and squash bugs.

In the meantime, new users will not be able to sign up from the site. You'll need to do that through the Apple Music app on iOS or Android, or you'll have to boot up the clunky iTunes app. Non-paying users who visit the Apple Music website can access a limited preview of specific playlists.

Source: TechCrunch

Monday
Aug262019

Apple Music introduces 'New Music Daily' playlist

Apple Music revamps its "Best of the Week" playlist and turns it into "New Music Daily." This new curated playlist promises to feature "new music you simply can't miss from across the world and across genres." The Best of the Week playlist updated once every Friday with new songs of the week, similar to Spotify's "New Music Friday" playlist. It looks like Apple wants to differentiate itself by offering a playlist that refreshes more frequently than its competition.

When Apple Music debuted the playlist, it had Taylor Swift's "The Man" as the lead single with cover art featuring the artist. The assumption is Apple will change the lead artists in the artwork regularly, too.  The playlist might not be vastly different or will feature entirely new songs each day.  But it would be less static than a playlist that's updated daily. And if you want to see what new songs are added to this playlist regularly, you need to add it to your library.

Source: 9to5Mac

Tuesday
Apr232019

Beyoncé releases ‘Lemonade’ on Spotify and Apple Music after three years

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When Lemonade first came out, Beyoncé made the album a Tidal-exclusive, which is a streaming service that the star had a stake in. Now, three years after its launch, the album is coming to the big streaming services like Spotify and Apple Music. Lemonade was the best-selling album of 2016 with 2.5 million worldwide sales. It came with a visual album and racked up different awards include an Emmy, Grammy, and Peabody Awards.

It’s been a big week for Beyoncé and the Beyhive. She just released her Coachella 2018 performance through the Netflix documentary Homecoming. There was a live album to accompany said documentary. And there are even rumours she has more projects in the work with Netflix. And in case you’ve forgotten, she is going to star as Nala in the upcoming The Lion King remake.

Source: Engadget

Wednesday
Apr172019

Alexa can control Apple Music on Sonos speakers in a handful of countries

Unfortunately, we aren’t included there yet. But listeners in the US, the UK, and Ireland can now use Alexa to control Apple Music on their Sonos speakers, specifically the Sonos One, Beam, or Echo devices. You need to enable the Apple Music skill on the Alexa app and link your account. And if you can’t set the service as your default, you will have to add the words “on Apple Music” to your requests.