Streaming service has acquired the browser-based version.
Apple has opened access to the public testing of the web version of Apple Music. It is available at this link. The interface is made in the style of the Music app that will be available to users of macOS Catalina later this year. Apple notes that the web version should work in all browsers and on all operating systems.
The website offers access to the full library Apple Music, including the tracks that the users are added and synchronized. Playlists are also available, including personalized “For you” and radio stations.
However, some functions are missing in the beta. In particular, there is no broadcast radio Beats 1, some original video content and smart playlists. But in the future they will all be added. Moreover, users can subscribe directly in the browser.
Source: The Verge