Unveiling the Reason Behind Apple’s iPhone App for Classical Music
Apple today published a support document explaining why it decided to release a standalone Apple Music Classical app for classical music. In short, the company wanted to make it easier for classical music fans to find and enjoy their favorite tunes.
The new app offers an intuitive interface specifically designed for discovering and listening to classical pieces from composers like Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Brahms, and more. It also includes curated playlists that are updated weekly by experts in the field of classical music. Additionally, users can search through hundreds of thousands of tracks with ease thanks to powerful filters, such as composer name or period/era type.
In addition to making its vast library more accessible than ever before, Apple is committed to providing its customers with high-quality audio recordings that accurately represent each piece’s original composition—allowing listeners around the world to experience these timeless works as they were intended by their creators centuries ago.
Overall this dedicated app provides an ideal platform for those seeking out some beautiful melodies from one of history’s oldest musical genres—all without having sifted through other genres on streaming services like Spotify or Pandora.Read more at MacRumors