Apple Music Classical App is the iPhone maker’s exclusive app to stream classical music. This is what you should know about this service.
In august 2021 Apple bought Prime phonic and closed the service. For those who aren’t familiar, Prime phonic was a music streaming service that was centered around music of the genre classical. The legendary iPhone maker later said it would launch its own specific classical music streaming application in the near future. The wait is over now, as Apple Music Classical is now officially available and we’re here to explain what you should know about it.
Apple Music Classical App Prices and availability
Apple Music Classical App is a standalone app that is available to purchase via the App Store. It will be accessible only to iPhone users with iOS 15.4 and subsequent versions from March 28. At present, iPad, Mac, Android and Windows users aren’t able to use the app.
Apple Music Classical App requires the purchase of an Apple Music subscription that isn’t the Voice plan. If you choose to pay for the Student family,, or Apple One plan, you can avail the benefits of Apple Music Classical at no extra cost. It appears that the app is only available online and does not permit downloading tracks to stream offline. Therefore, you need an internet connection to access it in all times.
It is worth noting that Apple Music Classical is available all over the world where Apple Music is supported. However, Apple Music has decided to exclude China, Japan, Korea, Russia, Taiwan, Turkey, Afghanistan, and Pakistan. Therefore, if you are in any of these countries however, you will not be able to use the exclusive Apple Music Classical app, even when you are enrolled in an Apple Music account.
Apple Music Classical App sections
When you first open the Apple Music Classical app, you might be able to see that it appears like the regular Apple Music application. You’ll get the identical Listen Now, Browse, Library as well as Search tabs. However, there’s no Radio tab at the moment currently.
Its Listen Now tab offers personalized suggestions based on your playing the past and your personal preferences. In addition, Browse includes some of the 700 playlists that have been curated as well as other recommendations curated from the editorial team. In Library where you can browse and modify the tracks that you’ve bookmark. The Search tab is designed for searching.
Apple Music Classical App Features
When you compare Apple Music to its Classical counterpart, Apple Music app to its Classical counterpart, you’ll be able to see many similarities. Both apps have identical Now Playing screens, with separate controls for the queue AirPlay Volume controls as well as an option to scrub playback. It is expected that Apple Music Classical Apple Music Classical app replaces the Lyrics button by an Info button that lets you view pertinent details about the song you’re playing as well as the composer of it.
Furthermore, both applications allow users to mark artists as favorites to let them know that you’re interested by their work. Additionally, both apps offer the same features for high-resolution sound playback that is lossless. In spite of the same components you’ll still see distinct approaches to the app that is primarily focused on classical music.
For instance the artist pages concentrate on their top and most popular albums and not necessarily their latest work. In addition, you can discover some information regarding a composer’s work when you view their profile. The app provides biographies of composers for you to find out more about the composer’s background and their life.
Apple Music Classical Apple Music Classical is an excellent alternative to Apple’s subscription services. Not only is it catering to experts in classical music however, it is also made for people who are new to or fascinated by this particular genre of music. However, it’s unfortunate that you’re required to have the iPhone 14 Pro Max or an older model to utilize it. We hope that Apple extends it to iPad as well as Mac in the near future, when iPad OS 17 or macOS 14 launch.