Apple Music is now available on the Roku platform, as announced by the company earlier today. Users can access it globally on all Roku devices, including Roku streaming players, Roku TV models and premium audio products like the Roku Streambar Pro. Roku claims to be America’s No. 1 TV streaming platform by the total number of hours streamed.
Back in 2019, support for the Apple TV app was added to the Roku Platform before the official launch of Apple’s streaming service, Apple TV+.
“Apple Music brings over 90 million songs, 30,000 expert-curated playlists, music videos, the award-winning Apple Music Radio, and more, all ad-free, to the Roku platform,” the website quoted.
Users can head over to the Channel Store on their Roku device to download the Apple Music app. Roku users can sign-up for Apple Music today through the Roku channel store for a 1-month free trial. New users can sign-up for Apple Music today through the Roku channel store to avail 1-month free trial. Existing users can simply use this app by entering their login credentials.
The Apple Music app is currently available to download on all Apple devices, select LG and Samsung Smart TVs, PlayStation 5, Android devices, Windows PCs, Amazon Echo and Google Nest.