Apple Music, a browser-accessible web client coming to WWDC 2018?
A new update to the web widget creation system. apple music leaves the door open to the possibility of one being announced at WWDC 2018 web versionaccessible from any browser, from the streaming music service.
Perhaps not everyone knows that Apple Music has always provided a system for artists and record companies (as well as consumers) to create a web widget with your album or a custom playlist to implement on a web pageallowing you to listen to a 30 or 90 second preview.
In the last few hours, however, it has been noticed that the widgets have recently received an interface update and the possibility of sign in directly with your personal Apple Music account. Once you're signed in, you can play songs, albums and entire playlists from your web browser and no more previews limited to just 30-90 seconds.
This change has led to speculation that Apple is preparing a Full Apple Music client accessible via web browserwhere users can sign in to applemusic.com, for example, and access the same library as the Music app on iOS.
An example of a web widget that can be created and distributed over the Internet is as follows.
As you can see, at the top right there is a link that allows you to log in with your account. Once you're logged in (strangely, it seems to work better on Mac), the widget will allow you to full listening to the songs and not just their preview.
At this point, we expect Apple to announce the creation of a web client accessible from any device tonight at WWDC 2018. Recall that Play Music (and YouTube Music) and Spotify already have a full web version.