Two great worlds came together today, as Apple Music is now available on the PlayStation 5.
Sony announced on Wednesday that Apple’s music streaming service is now available to use on its PlayStation 5 consoles. It is currently unavailable on the PlayStation 4.
To get access to Apple Music on the PlayStation 5 (after downloading the app and signing into your account), users must press the PS button on their DualSense controller, go to the Control Center, then go to the Music Function area.
Once all of that has been done, Apple Music will allow users to listen to recommended playlists that go along with the game they are currently playing or enable them to listen to their playlists.
The app gives users access to music videos that users can play too.
Apple Music starts at $4.99 a month with the new Apple Music Voice plan that was announced at last week’s event. Apple Music for Students is also priced at $4.99 a month with free Apple TV+ through the Apple TV app that is available on the PlayStation 5 as well. Regular Apple Music subscriptions do cost $9.99 a month.
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