Subscription services are changing. In recent months we have seen how large streaming video services are offering cheaper modalities with ads, as is the case with Netflix. However, it seems that music streaming services are not making big changes based on the fact that many already offered a modality with ads, as is the case with Spotify. But what they are doing is introducing improvements such as the case of the beta of the Apple Music web player, which has begun to show the lyrics of the songs without leaving the player itself.
Read song lyrics using the Apple Music web player
Apple Music is the streaming music service from the Big Apple. With different modalities and prices available, it is a much more than valid option for those users who want to enjoy music on all their devices. Like many other services, it is a multi-platform service, that is, we have an application for almost any operating system even a web version that allows you to listen to music directly from the browser.
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This website (music.apple.com) is an active player for all users with an Apple ID. Nevertheless, It is only 100% functional if you have an active subscription to Apple Music, like is logic. The idea of this player is to bring all the features available in the iOS, macOS and iPadOS Music app to the browser in order to enjoy your subscription.
Apple has a web player beta version accessible via beta.music.apple.com where tests the functions that you later want to publish officially. It is a way to test new tools with a select audience of users who make use of this beta. In the last hours a new function is being introduced with which you can follow the lyrics of the songs live just as we can do from our devices.
If we access the beta of the Apple Music web player we can access the lyrics of the songs through a small button that simulates a paragraph of text located in the main menu on the right side of it. Once we press, a side panel will be displayed where we can follow the live lyrics of the song we are playing. In a few months, when the tool is tested globally, it will become part of the official version of the Apple Music web player. Prove it now!