Apple Music is one of the biggest streaming services across the world, and it could be getting slightly bigger.
Thanks to a user on Reddit, it looks as though Apple Music could be making its way to PlayStation 5 consoles soon.
The user stated that even though it looked like the app was available at the time, it did state that it is currently only available for the PlayStation at this time, which is a usual message to receive on the PS5 when downloading certain apps and games.
Eurogamer, who is based in the United Kingdom, found that when they used their U.K.-based account, the Apple Music app would not appear. However, when they made an account that was based in the United States and did get the option to get Apple Music.
Putting Apple Music is a great way to not only get more users for the music streaming service, but that it would enable users to play music not only while they are using the console, but also for using it if they are having a party and want to play music off of it, doing chores around their home, or just simply want to listen to Apple Music off of it, they should be able to do so.
Apple Music costs $9.99 a month and is available to stream on the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Apple Watch, Apple TV, HomePod and Mac. It is also available on XBOX consoles, select Smart TVs, Amazon Fire TV, Google Nest and Android devices.
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