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Apple Music is now available on Xbox, with a new feature bringing the app to the console platforms, including the Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, and Xbox One.
The music streaming service has now been rolled out to Xbox, which has access to over 100 million songs from artists and albums around the globe. The feature also allows subscribers to hear music while playing games at the same time.
Before selecting the download button, head to the Microsoft store (opens in a new tab) and search for the name, and users may then enter the app with an Apple ID or join-up. If no account exists, returning users will see their regular music library shipped immediately.
Below is a sneak peek of Apple Music on Xbox.
Apple Music is now available on Xbox consoles pic.twitter.com/LoH6UH5YczOctober 12, 2022
Apple''s userbase has not been disclosed, but it''s believed to be the second most used music streaming service (via MIDIA Research (opens in new tab)), which is behind Spotify at around 78 million paid subscribers.
Apple Music subscriptions are priced at $9.99 per month, while students (opens in a new tab) may sign-up at a slightly lower cost. Apple also offers a one-month free trial (opens in a new tab) for anyone interested in testing the service.
Apple Music was initially introduced on the PlayStation 5, but it has yet to come to Nintendo Switch. The latter appears somewhat unavoidable considering that the device still does not have Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, or many other apps that its competitors have for years.
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