The Apple app for classical music is now also available for Android

Apple has now released its special app for classical music for Android as well. Apple Music subscribers can then find classical music more easily.

Classical music is divided differently than, for example, pop music. Well-known pieces of music by great composers have hundreds of different versions. You have all kinds of orchestras and other performers, conductors and so on. Apple Music does have all those versions, but you can’t find them easily in the normal app.

That is why Apple has developed the new Apple Music Classical app. That app appeared for the iPhone at the end of March and is now also available for Android.

Easier search and discovery

The app is included with Apple Music and is specifically designed for navigating Apple’s more than 5 million classical music tracks. For example, users search by composer and then see an overview of all pieces. This can again be broken down by performance or conductor, after which all parts of the piece can be clearly distinguished from each other.

The app also has short explanations for many performances and tries to teach listeners something. New classic pieces and versions are also highlighted all the time. And for those who find real classical still intimidating: the app also considers orchestral film music as classical.

Apple Music Classical offers the same technical features as regular Apple Music: streaming music, where available in Dolby Atmos spatial audio or in hi-res lossless quality up to 192 kHz/24-bit. Apple Music is available from 5.99 euros per month for students, 10.99 euros for a single account and 16.99 euros per month for a family account.

Apps for iPad and Mac?

It is not clear whether Apple Music Classical will eventually also come to the iPad or Mac. Users can add albums to their library via the Classic app, so that those albums can also be found in the normal Apple Music app.

It is also not clear whether Apple is working on similar apps around other music genres, but that would certainly be welcome. Like classical, genres such as jazz have many different performances by all kinds of artists, with each live concert being different.

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