Apple Music Classical has now officially started its service in six Asian markets.

Apple Music Classical app has finally started its service today in six Asian markets: Japan, China, Korea, Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan. The app was available for pre-order earlier this month, and now the service is officially accessible to all Apple Music subscribers for free.

Apple Music Classical has now officially started its service in six Asian markets.

This is a new app that is designed specifically for classical music lovers. It offers the world’s largest classical music catalog, with over 5 million tracks, in Hi-Res quality and Spatial Audio.

Apple Music Classical is a separate standalone app from the regular Apple Music app. It has a different interface that provides more information and tracks for classical music fans. In this app, users can search their favorite composer, work, conductor, or even catalog number. The app also supports offline listening and syncing across devices.

The app was launched on March 28, 2023, and has received positive feedback from many users. It has also been endorsed by some of the world’s leading classical musicians, such as pianists Lim Yun-chan, Cho Seong-jin, and Son Yeol-eum from Korea.

Apple Music Classical is available on iPhone, iPad, and Android devices. Users can download it from the App Store or Google Play.

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