There are lots premium music streaming services out there. Almost all of them offer a web player where users can listen to music. Having a web interface gives users the freedom to access their music on any device despite its OS. But there is one major music streaming service that is exclusive to its official app. Apple Music is only accessible through iTunes or its app for smartphones. These are the only two methods to listen to music on Apple Music. But not for long.
In this article, I will cover a free web player for Apple Music. The name of this web player is Musish and it’s open source unofficial web player for Apple Music. It is the most anticipated thing that almost every Apple Music user deliberately wished for. So, let’s check it out in details.
Free Web Player for Apple Music: Musish
Musish is a free web player for Apple Music. The user interface is neat and very similar to Apple Music. This player uses official Apple Music API to fetch the Apple Music data. In order to access the full functionality of this player, you obviously need an Apple Music account. If you don’t have an Apple Music account, you can still search music on Apple Music and listen to 30 seconds long preview of the songs.
All Your Music
Unlike all the other web players for Apple Music, this player shows all your personal music as well. It loads all your Apple Music library along with playlists and songs. You can also search songs and browse music your personalized music recommendations.
This web player has all the features of Apple Music. If you are an Apple Music user then you might know that Apple Music also has lyrics for all the songs. Recently, Apple bought a Genius, a lyrics database. This player uses that service to show the lyrics of the songs. You can open the lyrics of the currently playing song as an overlay from the controls. You can also view the song queue from there.
With that said, Musish is a nice web player for Apple Music that doesn’t seem unfinished and works well most of the time. You may also check its quick video made by us for you:
Give Musish a try here.
It’s nice to finally have a fully working web player for Apple Music. But, it’s no way near perfect. Sometimes it takes longer than usual to switch to a new song and you end up tapping the song again and again which is pretty frustrating. Other than that, it’s better than the other unofficial web player for Apple Music.