Published: Sun, March 17, 2019
Electronics | By Shannon Stone

Apple Music is Now Available on The Amazon Fire TV

Apple Music is Now Available on The Amazon Fire TV

Apple Music was made available on Amazon's Echo speakers back in December via an Alexa skill. We pit the Roku Streaming Stick+ against Amazon's Fire TV Stick 4K to help you decide which one will be the best fit in your living room. It's actually the Apple Music Alexa Skill - the same as what you'd use to listen to Apple Music on an Amazon Echo speaker.

Apple Music subscribers simply need to link their accounts to Alexa and they are good to go.

But if you already set up the skill on your Amazon Echo, you're all set and you don't have to do anything else.

Being an Amazon Prime member is much like knowing the bouncer at the club.

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Click the"Enable button to enable the skill

Apple music will now available on Amazon Fire TV. Apple Music on Google Home was eventually pulled offline even before it became active. With this, Fire TV devices can be used to stream playlists, albums, and individual songs from Apple Music using "Alexa" commands.

The news of Apple Music coming to the Echo in the United Kingdom comes months after the service launched in the US. We like its large music library, exclusive content, offline playback feature, Siri and Apple Watch integration, and more. This became more prominent when it was announced at CES 2019 that Samsung smart TVs will make their platform available for iTunes. According to Apple, their music streaming services hit 50 million subscribers in early 2018 but this is still well behind the 83 million paid Spotify subscribers announced in July 2018.

Along with this music streaming plan, it's thought Apple could soon launch a similar service for video.

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