‘Cider’ is an Open Source Apple Music Client for Linux Desktops

If you’re an Apple Music subscriber wanting to use the service on Linux, you have to check out Cider. Cider (inspired name, eh?) is an “open-source, community-oriented Apple Music client” for Windows, macOS (not that they need it), and Linux. It is Electron-based but the developers behind it say it was written ‘from scratch with performance in mind’. As well as letting you browse songs, artists, and albums in the Apple Music catalog the app also gives you access to Apple Podcasts too. Obviously Cider is 100% unofficial and not Apple-endorsed. But the feature set is solid, and the UI […]

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