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Apple Music Classical app offers five million high-brow tunes for classical music enthusiasts

Apple Music Classical app offers five million high-brow tunes for classical music enthusiasts
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  • The Apple Music Classical App is available on App Store for free, and users with Apple Music subscriptions can use it for free.
  • Apple Music Classical also features thousands of exclusive albums, including recordings by world-famous orchestras.
Apple has launched a new app called ‘Apple Music Classical’ on the App Store. The app is designed for classical music lovers with an Apple Music subscription. It was developed from Primephonic, which Apple acquired in 2021, and it aims to offer better handling of the complex metadata associated with classical recordings. Additionally, the app provides curated playlists and composer biographies to help users get more familiar with the genre.

The Apple Music Classical app has over 5 million tracks in its catalog and allows you to listen to music at a high quality of up to 192 kHz/24-bit hi-res. However, there are some limitations to the app. Apple Music Voice Plan subscribers cannot use it. Also, the app does not have a native version for iPad, and downloading music for offline listening is unavailable now.
Hands-on Apple Music Classical
Apple Music Classical is available on iPhone and will be available on Android in the near future. Users' iPhones must run iOS 15.4 or later to download this music. In addition, the app is free to download.

To download Apple Classical, head to the Apple App Store and search for Apple Music Classical app. Once the app is downloaded, open it and listen if you already have Apple Music or Apple One Subscription.

The Apple Music Classical app provides a user-friendly interface specifically designed to interact with classical music. In contrast to the regular Apple Music app, this app allows users to search for music by composer, work, catalog number, and more. Editorial notes and descriptions provide users with additional information about the music.

Moreover, Apple Music has collaborated with renowned classical institutions such as Carnegie Hall, the Berlin Philharmonic, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, the London Symphony Orchestra, the Metropolitan Opera, the New York Philharmonic, Opera national de Paris, the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, the San Francisco Symphony, and the Vienna Philharmonic. Through this partnership, the app will offer exclusive content and recordings to its listeners.

In addition, Apple Music Classical will host live performances featuring these partners at various Apple Store locations worldwide.

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