Another Amazon device is getting Apple Music support in the US


Amazon and Apple on Wednesday announced that Apple's streaming service is now available to Amazon Fire TV users in the US. After allowing the Cupertino-based company to bring Apple Music to Echo speakers, Amazon now enables even more of its customers to get a taste of the music streaming service.

Apple Music is now available on Amazon Fire TV. Have you tested it out on an Alexa device? Utilizing this feature, Fire TV Cube owners can play content from Apple Music through their television or the sound system connected to it, as well as other Alexa devices elsewhere in the home, simultaneously.

Apple Music hitting the Fire TV is another sign that Apple is slowly moving away from its old approach of forcing people to own an Apple device to use its services.

For years, Apple treated its various services as "sweeteners" to convince consumers to buy an iPhone, iPad and Mac.

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Same reason iTunes is coming to Samsung televisions, and Airplay 2 to LG, Sony, and Vizio sets. New Apple Music subscribers can get a 3-Month Free Trial to access 50 million songs from all major record labels. Anyone who wanted Apple Music needed to buy an Apple device. Apparently, Apple is also looking to finalize a deal with Roku, a USA manufacturer of digital media players that allow access to internet streamed audio or video services through TVs.

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.

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

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