Apple Music has been officially launched for the PlayStation 5 today, making it the first console to feature the music streaming service since Apple launched it. With this development, PlayStation users with an Apple Music subscription will be able to stream music directly from their PlayStation 5.
This was announced a moment ago on the PlayStation Blog. It was gathered that Apple Music is coming to a gaming console, and it’s the PlayStation 5. The new app will let Apple Music subscribers stream music on Sony’s latest console, similar to what was already available with Spotify. Audio can play in the background while users are gaming or just play on its own.
It was said that Music subscription will enjoy more than 90 million songs from Apple Music, tens of thousands of curated playlists, music videos in 4K, Apple Music Radio streaming today’s hits, classics, and country live, and personalized playlists as they preferred.
Apple Music has been launched on PS 5 and it is now available worldwide.
Also, Apple Music subscribers can find and watch music videos from a wide selection of artists in the Apple Music app. To get started, PS5 owners can download the Apple Music app from the Media space on PS5, and follow the on-screen instructions to link their Apple Music account.
According to a report, the addition of Apple Music to the PlayStation 5 only helps to bolster the current roster of media apps on the console and strengthen its ability to act as an all-in-one home entertainment system. The music streaming service joins a host of third-party apps including the likes of Twitch, YouTube, Apple TV+ and Netflix.