Roku users can now play Apple Music songs and videos on their TVs, streaming players, and Roku soundbars. The “app will be accessible to download later today,” according to Roku’s announcement on Monday.
One of the most popular smart TV platforms hasn’t been able to use Apple’s music service for a long time. In 2019, it was ported to Amazon’s Fire TV, and it has since been ported to at least one gaming console: the PS5 (but it doesn’t appear to be supported on Xbox or Switch).
Streaming music services, on the other hand, makes a lot of sense on TVs in my opinion. If someone has a nice set of speakers, chances are they’re linked to the TV, and seeing album art on such a widescreen is a delight for most of us who only see it in thumbnail form.
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Unfortunately, Apple Music on Roku will not support lossless or spatial audio “at this time,” according to Roku spokesperson Sophia Economou in an email. Apple doesn’t keep these features only on its own platforms.
They’re available on the Android Apple Music app. They don’t seem to be very common on platforms that are meant to be used with TVs, though. (I couldn’t find any mention of them in the PS5 version of the Apple Music app.) Of course, they are supported by the Apple TV 4K, however, there are some limitations when it comes to the highest-resolution lossless files.
You can now rock out to Apple Music on Roku devices: Roku has announced that Apple Music is available on all its devices. Subscribers to will be able to sign in using their existing credentials, and the app will be available to download on any Roku device including Roku…
— Gentle Fusion (@gentlefusion) May 2, 2022
On the one hand, it makes sense, given the wide range of hardware that Roku apps can operate on, as well as the fact that both functionalities would be wasted on TV speakers. However, for anyone who has a sound system connected to their Roku device, this could be a major disappointment.
Roku users will be able to login into the app if they already have an Apple Music membership, or they will be able to subscribe to the service through the Roku channel shop.
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What Can I Listen to on Apple Music?
Apple Music has more than 90 million songs and 30,000 playlists. It also has music videos in 4K and live radio. Subscribers can also sing along, tap ahead, or just listen to Apple Music on any device, with lyrics displayed in real-time.
In addition, Apple Music has original shows, concerts, and exclusives, as well as personalized recommendations just for you, so you can find what you like.
How Do I Get Apple Music on My Roku Device?
The Apple Music channel (now available in the Roku Channel Store) will provide you access to your new or existing Apple Music subscription as well as your entire music library across all of your devices. To listen to Apple Music on your Roku player, Roku TV, or Roku premium audio products like the Roku Streambar Pro, simply sign in or establish a new Apple ID.
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How Much Will Apple Music Cost?
Apple Music is available for $9.99 a month. New customers can get a free month of service for the first time. What will you be listening to first on Apple Music? Make the most of your device with these Roku Streambar tips you should know, no matter what genre or artist you choose.
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