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Apple Music Is Now Available On Mac Via iTunes

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Hitting the iOS yesterday, Apple’s streaming music service, Apple Music, is now available on the Mac via iTunes. While the overall launch has been a smooth run, the desktop launch still had a prolonged delay. However, its now finally available via iTunes.

While there obviously is no confirmation as to when the update for Mac started rolling out, various reports have confirmed that it took as much as seven hours to come out on the Mac after its big mobile launch. As for India launch, we still aren’t sure on that.

The update to the desktop application includes Beats 1, as well as the redesigned Apple Music Radio service with on-demand stations. You can also search and stream songs by searching through that entire catalogue too.

You can get Apple Music on your Mac by navigating to the Updates tab on the App Store and , where it should show as available.


 

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