Apple Music Classical Is Now Live For All Apple Music Subscribers

Apple has finally released the Apple Music Classical app after months and months of rumors. The new app is now available for download in the App Store and music fans will need an Apple Music subscription to listen along.

Apart from that, there are no additional costs related to listening to Apple Music Classical, so just download and listen away.

Apple announced the new app via a press release, noting that the app has features and search specifically optimized for classical music.

With Apple Music Classical, Apple Music subscribers can easily find any recording in the world’s largest classical music catalog with fully optimized search; enjoy the highest audio quality available and experience many classical favorites in a whole new way with immersive Spatial Audio; browse expertly curated playlists, insightful composer biographies, and descriptions of thousands of works; and so much more.

It’s claimed that Apple Music Classical gives listeners access to more than five million tracks which makes it the world’s largest classical music catalog. We obviously can’t verify that, but it does sound like a lot of tracks.

While classical music was available via the standard Music app, this new one is designed especially for classical music. That means that it understands the relationships between composers, their orchestras, and different versions of a particular song. Users can even find music per period, too.

Apple Music subscribers can download the Apple Music Classical app right now to get started.

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