Samsung adds Apple Music to its Smart TVs
What you need to know
- Samsung is bringing Apple Music to its Smart TVs.
- The upgrade will roll out in 100 countries today!
- It means you can listen to Apple Music directly from your TV with an Apple Music subscription.
Samsung has today announced that it's bringing Apple Music to its Smart TVs!
In a press release Samsung stated (opens in new tab):
Apple Music subscribers will get access to all the features of the mobile service, including daily recommendations and Beats 1 Radio. There's also a new "At Home with Apple Music" feature that includes new editorial playlists, group FaceTime chats with artists, interviews, and more.
In a statement, Samsung's Salek Brodsky said:
To get access, Samsung Smart TV owners can download Apple Music on the Samsung Smart TV App Store. Then, you just need to sign in with your Apple ID. If you don't have an Apple Music subscription, you can begin one right then and there on your TV, and even get a 3-month free trial. Samsung Smart TV customers will also get access to original shows, trending concerts, and "exclusive content".
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