Amazon music can now be streamed on Apple TV

Amazon music can now be streamed on Apple TV

They say music has a great influence on people and researches also believe that singing together particularly has a potent in bringing about social closeness. Well, well! Looks like Amazon and Apple are contemplating on this speculation earnestly with the launch of Amazon music on Apple TV. The two multinational companies are fine tuning and jazzing it up.

Amazon has announced today the launch of Amazon Music on Apple TV on its blog page and customers can download it starting from today. Millions of songs are now available to stream on the new Amazon Music app for Apple TV. But this isn’t the first time Amazon and Apple TV have come together, Amazon has launched its Prime videos on Apple TV in December 2017, since then customers are able to watch Amazon prime videos on Apple TV.

Starting from today, customers can download the Amazon Music app from the App Store for Apple TV and get access to stream millions of songs and thousands of playlists and stations on Apple TV 4K and Apple TV HD and its really easy to get started. You just need to say “Amazon Music” in the Apple TV Siri remote or find Amazon Music in the “Apps” menu in the Apple TV app store which will then display a 6 letter pairing code and prompt you. Customers will have access to a wide range of global playlists like Pop Culture, which highlights the most enthralling and gripping songs across the current pop music landscape, and Rap Rotation, Amazon Music’s new home for hip-hop in heavy rotation.

Karolina Joynathsing, director of business development for Amazon Music said, “We believe that listeners should be able to stream music simply and easily on any device they choose,” and also added, “With that in mind, our aim has been to bring listeners more ways to enjoy their favorite music. We’re thrilled to bring the Amazon Music app to Apple TV customers across the globe.”

The Amazon Music app for Apple TV is accessible today to customers in the U.S., UK, Australia, New Zealand, Brazil, Canada, France, Italy, Spain, Germany, Mexico, Japan, and India.