Apple Music Classical app launched on the App Store
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Apple Music Classical app launched on the App Store

Application Apple Music Classic, aimed at lovers of classical music, appeared on the App Store. A special version of the service is available to all Apple Music subscribers, except for the special Apple Music Voice Plan for HomePod owners.

    Image source: apps.apple.com

Image source: apps.apple.com

The Apple Music Classical streaming service is based on the Primephonic service, which Apple acquired in 2021 – the company wanted to launch an application for classical music lovers in 2022. Apple Music Classical promises to pay special attention to the complex metadata common to classic recordings; The company also promises to offer a selection of playlists and composer biographies to help listeners become more familiar with the genre.

According to Apple, the catalog contains more than 5 million tracks, available in quality up to 192kHz/24-bit in a lossless compressed format. Apple Music Classical users also have to make do with some limitations: the new service isn’t available to Apple Music Voice Plan subscribers, there’s no way to download music for offline listening, and there’s no iPad app yet.

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