Apple launched a public beta of its music streaming service on the web on Thursday.
The new web interface will allow subscribers to stream music directly from a browser without having to install iTunes or the Apple Music app.
To use the new service, listeners must visit beta.music.apple.com and sign in with their Apple ID. During the beta testing period, Apple will be asking for feedback from customers as it works on the product and looks to streamline its features and remove any bugs, TechCrunch reported.
By going online, Apple Music will now be accessible for many more people who weren't able to install the iTunes or Apple Music apps. This is crucial as it looks to compete with other music streaming services such as Spotify and Amazon Music.