Stream recommended songs from Apple Music on the web
When you subscribe to Apple Music on the web, you’re asked about your favorite music genres and artists. Apple Music then uses your preferences to make recommendations for you. You can update your preferences at any time.
Even if you’re not a subscriber, you can search for music and listen to or watch previews of music and videos. If you’re using Safari, Chrome, or Firefox, you can also listen to the Apple Music 1 radio station for free.
In Apple Music on the web, do any of the following to find music you want to play:
View recommendations tailored for you: Click For You in the sidebar on the left, then scroll through the various categories such as Recently Played and If You Like.
See what’s new in Apple Music: Click Browse in the sidebar on the left, then click a category (Music by Mood, Daily Top 100, and so on).
Search the Apple Music catalog: Click in the search field in the top-left corner of Apple Music, enter a word or phrase, then click Apple Music on the right.
To play an item, click the Play button .
Do any of the following:
Tip: Apple Music creates a series of special playlists—highlighting the music you listen to most—for every year you’re a subscriber. To get yours, click For You in the sidebar on the left, then click Get Your Replay Mix at the top of Apple Music. See the Apple Support article Apple Music Replay on the web.