Apple Music Launches on Amazon Fire TV

Ceria Alfonso
Marcha 17, 2019

United Kingdom customers will be happy to hear that support for both Echo and Fire TV is expected to roll out in the coming weeks. It seems that Amazon doesn't have any issues with Apple putting its wireless services on any of its products. The follows the launch on Amazon Echo devices in December.

The Fire TV Stick with Alexa Voice Remote is available for £39.99 on Amazon UK right now. You'll be asked to sign into your Apple account. Just make sure that your command includes the Apple Music words so that you can actually be able to use it.

All of the above offer access to thousands of apps and games, and nearly every streaming service you could want, while the latest generations provide extra goodies like 4K streaming and Alexa-powered voice search.

It's just been announced that Apple Music will be arriving on these smart speakers in the coming weeks. Late past year, Apple Music began streaming support for the Echo as well. Apparently, Apple is also looking to finalize a deal with Roku, a US manufacturer of digital media players that allow access to internet streamed audio or video services through TVs.

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Echo device owners who already have the Apple Music skill enabled and set up don't need to take any additional steps to access the content through their Fire TV.

For years, Apple treated its various services as "sweeteners" to convince consumers to buy an iPhone, iPad and Mac. There's no word on when or if Apple Music will be available on Google Home.

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

Good news for Apple Music subscribers with an Amazon Fire TV: the music streaming service and media streaming devices now play nice together.

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