Apple Music Classical is a new app that'll make you feel like you're at the symphony (without all the uncomfortable clothes). The app will give Apple Music subscribers access to "the world's largest classical music catalog." Want to hear a constant stream of Beethoven? No problem.
When the app launches later in March, you'll be able to listen to the classics you know and love, as well as newer pieces. You'll also get access to exclusive albums and composer biographies. The app lets you search by song, conductor, and even catalog number. If you aren't sure what to listen to, you can choose the Popular Works playlist or go with the Editor's Choice.
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The app offers support on certain tracks for Apple's spatial audio feature, the company's 360-degree sound tech that gives you surround sound through headphones and specific AirPods and Beats models.
The app itself is free, and anyone with an Apple Music subscription can listen at no additional cost. Apple Music Classical launches on March 28 and you can pre-order it here.