Apple’s new app for classical music, Apple Music Classical, is available for download.
While the app is free, you’ll need an Apple Music subscription. The app is unavailable in countries like China, Japan, Korea, Russia, Taiwan, and Turkey.
Apple says that there are more than 5 million tracks available on the app right now.
The new service is based on Primephonic, an Amsterdam-based company Apple acquired in 2021.
Apple Music Classical allows you to browse through tracks using filters like composers, periods, genres, conductors, orchestras, ensembles, and choirs under the “Catalog” tab; different instruments through “Instruments” tab; and curated playlists under the “Playlists” tab.
While you can’t download any tracks, you can add them to your library and download them via Apple Music.
Currently, the app is only available on iPhones, so you can’t access the app on Mac or iPad.