Tag: Apple Music

Apple begins rolling out Apple Music Classical

This week, Apple has started to roll out the new Apple Music Classical app for iPhone users around the world. The app has only been developed for the iPhone at this stage, with no word if the app will be developed for the iPad, tvOS and macOS. Apple has said an Android app’s coming soon. The rollout was completed on 28th March and can be downloaded now from the App […]

Apple Music is now available on Roku devices

Starting today, Apple Music will be available to users who have Roku devices, including built-in Roku TVs from TCL and Hisense. The support will be rolling out to devices worldwide, later today Roku has said.  Subscribers will have access to their existing music libraries as well as the playlists, radio stations and 90 million songs. The app will be available on the Channel Store. Apple Music, like the Apple TV app […]

Apple Music free trial dropped from three months to one month

Since Apple announced its Apple Music service in 2015, it has offered a three month free trial for new users. However, starting this week Apple has now reduced this down to just one month, this is affecting users in the US, Canada, UK, Australia, Japan and more. Apple is still offering a six month free trial with a qualifying purchase of a HomePod, Beats or AirPods product and the pricing […]

Apple Music is now available on Google Nest speakers in more countries

Apple Music was already available on Google’s range of Nest speakers for the home, but now as of last week, more countries can now have access to Apple Music on their Google Nest speakers. According to a publicly available Apple support page, Australia, Canada, India, Mexico, and South Korea now have access to the service. Support for Apple Music came to Nest speakers last year for customers in the US, […]

Apple Music app now available for LG smart TVs

The official Apple Music app has been released today for users with a LG smart TV, with a roll out starting today. The app works just like it does on the Apple TV, with support for playlists, radio stations, and music videos and all the 90 million songs Apple has. The app supports a lot of the service’s special features such as synced realtime lyrics and more. At this current […]

Apple Music is now available on the PS5

This week, Apple has made the official Apple Music app available on the Sony PlayStation 5, marking the first time the music service has been fully integrated into a games console. For a couple of weeks, some users on the PS5 have been reporting that the Apple Music app has been appearing. The new app allows users to access Apple Music from within games and it also supports background play, […]

Apple announces new Apple Music Voice plan, available soon

Apple has announced a new cheaper plan of Apple Music, one that is called “Voice Plan” which uses only Siri on the HomePod mainly, but it can be used on every other Apple device. The cheaper plan is aimed at more casual music listening, not a dedicated fee to use Siri. Apple Music Voice plan is an interface-less music streaming service, that you only use Siri to use. Think users […]

Apple Music coming soon to the new Mercedes MBUX infotainment system

Mercedes has announced recently that it is partnering with Apple to have native integration into its new MBUX infotainment system for Apple Music. Other companies have done this recently, with Porsche adding native Apple Music and Podcasts support last summer. The MBUX system comes on the C-Class, S-Class, and the all electric EQS and the Apple Music integration is different to CarPlay which needs a phone connected all the time, […]

Spatial Audio with Dolby Atmos support on Apple Music is coming to Android

Apple announced support for Spatial Audio with Dolby Atmos support inside of Apple Music at the tail end of last month. Support came to everyone on iOS 14.5 or later on Monday this week, shortly after the WWDC keynote. However, Apple has long supported Apple Music on Android and some rumours online have suggested that these new audio features wouldn’t be added. However, this doesn’t seem to be the case. […]