Apple Music comes to Roku devices

Apple Music comes to Roku

Streaming device maker Roku has just confirmed that Apple Music is now available on all of their devices including Roku-enabled TVs, soundbars, speakers, and more. You just need to download the app from the Channel store and sign up for Apple Music.

You need to purchase an Apple Music subscription to enjoy songs, albums, and podcasts. The music streaming service hosts more than 90 million songs and 30,000+ curated playlists. It also includes Apple Music’s original shows, concerts, and more.

Roku users can signup for the service through the Roku channel store and get a month of a free trial. After the trial period is over, you will have to pay $9.99 per month.

Apple Music on Roku will not support lossless or spatial audio at the time of launch. Not sure if the company plans to introduce them later. These features are already available on Apple Music for Android.

Apple took a long time to bring Apple Music to Roku, one of the most popular smart TV platforms. The music streaming service is already available on Amazon’s Fire TV and PlayStation 5.

Also see: Best Music Streaming Apps for iPhone

Roku already had other popular music streaming platforms, including Spotify, Amazon Music, and Tidal. Now users can also try Apple Music. Music streaming platforms on Television make sense. If a user has a good speaker system connected to the television, he will surely have an amazing music experience.

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