Classical music app from Apple in 2022?


Back in the day, many of us listen to music on MP3 players. These days, music streaming apps are the name of the game. And they're great, as you get to listen to a wide variety of music on these sites. But Apple is looking to make one just for classical music.

It might be more niche than other genres, but Apple thinks that there's value in streaming classical music. Yesterday, the company announced it has acquired the classical music streaming service - Primephonic. With this acquisition, Apple Music subscribers will now have access Primephonic playlists and exclusive audio content.


Apple will launch a new classical music app based on Primephonic's UI and features

Moreover, Primephonic will be closing its platform on 7 September 2021 to start focusing on working for Apple Music. In fact, the two companies will be working on a new dedicated classical music streaming app that will launch in 2022. It will feature Primephonic's user interface and some new features.

Would an app dedicated to just classical music be better than adding it to Apple Music? In our opinion, it'll need a lot of cool features to make it enticing to users. But what are your thoughts on that? Let us know in the comments, and stay tuned to TechNave for more news like this.