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You can now use Apple Music on Linux without any hacks

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Apple Music is now available through a web browser, which means I’m pleased/obligated to report that you can now use the service on Linux!

Users on Ubuntu, Linux Mint and other distros just need to load beta.music.apple.com in a modern web browser (sorry Lynx) and, et voila: the ability to stream Apple Music on Linux.

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Also: Here's How To Easily Use Apple Music From Any Linux Distribution

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