Apple’s refreshed the Apple Music beta website with iOS 14 design and the Listen Now tab.

The Listen Now tab, which replaces the previous For You tab, is also found in the Music app on iOS 14, iPadOS 14 and macOS Big Sur. It features all your personalized content and recommendations that were previously accessible through the For You tab, including your recently played songs, and curated playlists.

The web app’s Listen Now section even supports animated artwork for Apple Music playlist. And just like with the native Music app in iOS 14, iPadOS 14 and macOS Big Sur, the web app’s Listen Now tab is updated daily with new suggestions based on your listening history.

Some features that are present on the iPhone, iPad and Mac are still nowhere to be found in the web version of the Music app, including song lyrics and the ability to edit playlists.

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The Apple Music web app launched as a public beta since last September. The web experience exited beta and became available publicly in April 2020.

It brings the entire Apple Music catalog and controls to any device with a modern web browser. After logging in with your Apple Music account at beta.music.apple.com, you can see your music library, listen to Beats 1 Radio, use search and more.

The editorial side of Apple Music is present in the relaunched web app, too.

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The overhauled web interface will most likely replace the existing non-beta web app at music.apple.com when Apple’s software updates releasee some time this fall.