It's called "Musish," a free third-party web player for subscribers to Apple Music created by software engineer Brychan Bennett-Odlum and his team, Raphaël Vigée, James Jarvis, and Filip Grebowski has been.
To play Apple Music via Musish on the Internet, you need to sign in with your Apple ID. If you have concerns about account security, you will not be logged in to a separate window under the Apple.com domain. Musish does not request user information, does not log it, and does not gain access.
When you're logged in, you'll see the usual Apple Music tab in the upper-left corner of the Musish interface: For You, Browse, Radio, and My Library. Note, however, that some categories are lower compared to the version used in the native iOS music app or in iTunes. So z. For example, social features such as friend profiles are not available, and there are not any radio features yet.
That is, the For You tab contains a lot of useful information, including recently played songs, high-rotation albums and personalized mixes, as well as the playlists, albums and new releases of the day.
The browse section also includes top songs, daily top 100 playlists, top playlists, top albums, and a genre tab. If you're looking for something specific, you can also use the search bar at the top right, which stays open on each tab.
To play music, just click on an album / playlist and then click Play, Shuffle, or select a specific song. The playback control is displayed at the bottom left of the screen. Here you can adjust the volume, turn on the replay, activate shuffle, show the text and select the next steps.
The team behind Musish is actively developing the web player and hopes to soon offer compatibility for mobile devices, a dark mode and a fully populated browse area. If you like music, you should offer feedback or feature suggestions on the GitHub page of the project.