Apple Music Classical is now Available Globally on the App Store

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Apple Music Classical, the standalone classical music app, is now available on the app store. Apple Music subscribers can download and listen to more than 5 million tracks at no additional cost. The standalone app offers exclusive access to thousands of classical music albums, according to Apple, including recordings from famous orchestras.

The app was built from Primephonic, which Apple acquired in 2021. Apple was expected to release the classical music app at the end of 2022 but finally announced that the standalone app would launch on March 28th.

iPhone users running iOS 15.4 or later can download the app, but there is no native iPad app yet, and users cannot download tracks for offline listening. The app offers lossless audio streaming up to 24-bit/192 kHz. It also supports spatial audio with Dolby Atmos, which gives users an immersive 360-degree soundscape listening experience.

Not only does the app contains a huge library of classical music, but the app will also host live streaming performances from classical institutions Apple has partnered with, such as the Berlin Philharmonic, Carnegie Hall, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, the London Symphony Orchestra, the Metropolitan Opera, the New York Philharmonic, Opéra national de Paris, the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, the San Francisco Symphony, and the Vienna Philharmonic.

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