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  • Today, Apple has launched the app for Apple Music Classical on Android.
  • This same app does not exist for Macs and remains unoptimized for iPads.
  • Apple has documented workarounds for using the Classical app outside of iOS and Android.

If you’re an Apple Music subscriber, you also have access to a service specifically catering to classical music. This app is a bit simpler than the main app and offers ways to search for music the main app doesn’t offer, such as by composer, conductor, catalog number, and more.

Today, the app for Apple Music Classical is on Android (via MacRumors). This makes it the second operating system to get access to the app, with iOS being the obvious first. This is interesting, though, because that means there is still no Classical app for iPadOS or macOS.