- App Store, Apple Arcade, Apple Music, Apple Podcasts, and iCloud are now available in 20 more countries
- Apple Music is now available in 52 additional countries
- Apple has also launched a web-based player for Apple Music
Apple Music is now available in 52 additional countries. Apple is also bringing App Store, Apple Arcade, Apple Music, Apple Podcasts, and iCloud in 20 more countries. The App Store is now available in 175 countries, and Apple Music is available in 167 countries. Apple has also launched a web-based player for Apple Music that works on any browser.
Oliver Schusser, Apple’s vice president of Apple Music and International Content, said in a statement, “We’re delighted to bring many of Apple’s most beloved Services to users in more countries than ever before”. He added, “We hope our customers can discover their new favorite apps, games, music, and podcasts as we continue to celebrate the world’s best creators, artists, and developers.”
The App Store, Apple Arcade, Apple Music, Apple Podcasts, and iCloud are now available in Africa, which includes Cameroon, Côte d’Ivoire, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Gabon, Libya, Morocco, Rwanda, and Zambia.
European countries that get the services are Georgia, Kosovo, Montenegro, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Asia-Pacific countries Maldives and Myanmar also receive the services.
Apple services are now available in Middle East countries Afghanistan (excluding Apple Music) and Iraq. In Oceania, the services are available in Nauru (excluding Apple Music), Tonga, and Vanuatu.
Apple Music is also expanding its footprints to 52 new countries.
Apple Music is now available in African countries, including Algeria, Angola, Benin, Chad, Liberia, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Mozambique, Namibia, Republic of the Congo, Senegal, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Tanzania, and Tunisia.
European countries that get the Apple Music service are Croatia, Iceland, and North Macedonia. Asia-Pacific country also gets the Apple Music service.
Apple Music is now available in Middle East countries Kuwait, Qatar, and Yemen. In Latin America and the Caribbean, Apple Music is available in the Bahamas, Guyana, Jamaica, Montserrat, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Suriname, Turks and Caicos, and Uruguay. In Oceania, Solomon Islands receives the Apple Music service.
Apple has also launched a web player for its music streaming service, Apple Music. The web-based player was debuted in September as a beta website, but now the web-player is out of beta. Apple Music subscribers can visit music.apple.com from any web browser to access the content library, play music, or make a curated playlist without requiring a dedicated app. The service is similar to Spotify web-player; however, an active subscription is required.