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What is Cider?
Cider is a new cross-platform Apple Music experience built on Vue.js and written from the ground up with performance in mind. 🚀
Cider comes with out-of-the-box integration with services like Discord, Last.FM, Spotify, and many more
Audio spatialization, Adrenaline Processor™, and equalizers are actively developed by our audio engineer, Maikiwi.
We know how annoying it is to keep hitting Alt+Tab while working or gaming, so we created a remote app just for that.
Fast as F*ck
Cider has native backends for each operating system. This ensures minimal overhead and maximum performance.
Customize however you like
Cider is built with customization in mind, you can customize your client from top to bottom! Cider also includes plugin support for those who want to go the extra mile.
And Much More!
Cider is jam-packed with features, and we're always adding more. We are always looking for new ideas and suggestions from our users, so join our Discord server server to get involved!
How does Cider compare with other Apple Music clients?
Don't just take our word for it
Cider is the go-to choice for thousands of talented individuals (
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"After making the switch to Apple Music mid-2022, a Windows music client was all I needed to solidify the switch. Cider brings that and more to the table, with integrations for Last.fm, Spotify, and Discord, making it THE definitive music client for chronically online peeps."
"I'm a huge believer in trying a product before paying for it. I have to say, this is 100% worth $.99 to play Apple Music. This does exactly what you need, is extremely smooth and not full of bloatware. Recommend this for anyone who is sick of iTunes, but loves Apple Music on their iPhone. "
"The only real drawback to Apple Music for me was the lack of a decent app for Windows. This seems to be a godsend for Window users. About 3 minutes into the trial period I knew this was the solution I was hoping for."