Apple’s new app for classical music is set to arrive on March 28. Before you get all excited about this, you should know that Apple Music Classical is a feature included with a subscription to Apple Music.
Apple’s New App for Classical Music Is Set to Arrive On March 28
Apple at the moment is launching a new standalone app for classical music known as Apple Music Classical in the latter parts of this month. The app sports the world’s “largest classical music catalog with search built for the genre,” Apple revealed.
And in addition to a library of classical music, Apple Music Classical will be featuring curated playlists, executive albums, composer biographies, and “deep-dive guides” for key works, the company in a release said. People also will be able to listen to spatial audio to many classical works.
Apple Music Classical Has Been In the Works Since 2021
The app as you should know has been in the works since 2021 when Apple bought Primephonic which a classical music streaming service and platform, apple however shut down Primephonic but then promised a new “dedicated experience” for fans of classical music.
The Apple Music Classical App Is Now Available For Preorder
The Apple Music Classical app for now is available for preorder and will launch on March 28. The service will be available to subscribers of Apple Music on an individual, student, family, or Apple One plan at no additional or hidden cost. You should also know that it will not be included with the $5 monthly Voice plan.