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Apple Music Classical offically launches in six Asian markets


Apple Music Classical app reached six markets in Asia earlier this month – Japan, China, Korea, Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan. Back then it urged users to “pre-order,” and today, two weeks after the initial launch, the service is finally available.

The service is free for all Apple Music subscribers but also works with a standalone app. It provides over 5 million classical tracks in Hi-Res lossless audio, and people can subscribe through their Apple account.

The Classical streaming service has content that is exclusive to its app, and a different interface that gives info on the work name, orchestra, conductor, contributing artists, and year of recording. The Browse tab is also designed differently from the regular Apple Music app to better match the niche demand.



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