Classical music lovers, rejoice. It has been just a few months since Apple officially launched its new application focused on classical music, Apple Music Classical. Now, Android users can also enjoy Beethoven, Mozart, and company: Apple Music Classical is available for download from the Google Play Store.
In addition, its Android version is practically the same as the original Apple version. After the acquisition of Primephonic, the classical music service, the company had been preparing the release of Apple Music Classical for some time. Setbacks aside, the app first became available in March of this year for iOS devices.
Surprisingly, the release of Apple Music Classical on Android comes before the other Apple devices. At the moment, the application still does not have its version on iPad or macOS (and it can not be viewed via Carplay). As we can read in 9to5Mac, perhaps this is because Primephonic already has an application for Android. In this case, Apple Music Classical would simply take its place.
Apple boasts that its app houses the world’s most extensive digital collection of classical music. Alongside this immense catalog of pieces, we also find high-definition portraits of the most influential composers in history.
If you’re wondering how to access Apple Music Classical, the answer is simple. If you want to revisit the classics, all you need is a subscription to Apple Music or Apple One.
So that you don’t miss any nuances, Apple has made sure that the quality of the pieces is very good: the entire catalog is encoded with ALAC (Apple Lossless Audio Codec) in resolutions ranging from 44.1 kHz to 192 kHz (the same as in Apple Music).
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