Apple are bringing their Music feature to the web.
The technology giant's popular Apple Music feature is currently just available on their iPhones, iPads and Mac computers but they are now trying it out so subscribers can use it on any web browser they'd like to.
It is currently performing in a public beta site whilst they iron out any bugs.
When Apple Music was released, it replaced their old iTunes system.
Describing their subscription offering on their website, they shared: "With Apple Music, you can access millions of songs, curated playlists and radio, and music recommendations ... Play songs and albums from Apple Music or the iTunes Store, or that you synced to your phone with iTunes. The Music app plays it all ... In the Music app, you can shuffle albums, playlists and more - and even set them to repeat ... With AirPlay, you can stream audio to your Apple TV, HomePod, or other AirPlay-enabled devices."
It is not yet known when the Apple Music for web browsers will be officially released.