The Apple Music app is strictly accessible on Samsung Smart TVs – models from 2018 by 2020 – starting today. The news – announced by both tech giants on Thursday, 23 Apr – outlines a initial time a Apple Music app has done an coming on a intelligent TV platform, other than Apple TV set-top box.
According to The Verge, a app “appears to be identical to a Apple Music app on a Apple TV” that gives subscribers entrance to over 60 million ad-free songs, song videos and thousands of playlists curated by song experts.
This, however, isn’t a initial time that Samsung and Apple have worked together to pull typically iOS apps opposite Android platforms. In 2019, Samsung suggested that consumers could entrance iTunes cinema and Apple TV Plus by a Apple TV app on a Smart TVs.
“Last year, we were a initial TV manufacturer to offer a Apple TV app, and today, we are a initial to offer Apple Music. Our partnership with Apple has been instrumental in bringing consumers an forlorn lineup of opposite party options, generally as they find out some-more calm choices from their Smart TVs,” says Salek Brodsky, VP of Strategic Partnerships and Business Development for Samsung Electronics.
“Our idea has always been to broach a best party practice to consumers and as people spend some-more time during home, we are some-more committed to that goal than ever.”
Samsung says that owners of Smart TVs can “download Apple Music from a Samsung Smart TV App Store, pointer in to an existent comment with their Apple ID, or start a subscription routine right from their TV. Samsung Smart TV owners can try Apple Music giveaway for 3 months with an individual, family or tyro subscription.”
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