Last September, Apple launched the web version of Apple Music, providing users with an experience similar to the Mac version of the Apple Music application.
Starting today, the web version of Apple Music has been tested and can now be accessed through music.apple.com. Accessing the previous beta.music.apple.com address will automatically go to the new music.apple.com address.
Log in to the web version of Apple Music with your Apple ID, and Apple Music subscriptions will be automatically synchronized.
You can access all of your music library and playlist content, as well as the personal remixes and recommendations you see in iOS, Mac, and Android apps.
Apple Music content can be played directly in a web browser, providing access to a range of devices and platforms that do not support Apple Music applications, including Windows 10, Linux, and Chrome OS.
If you are not an Apple Music member, Apple now offers a three-month free trial, maybe you can start with that.