Although Apple Music won’t come to Google Home devices, at least not anytime soon, there are other devices out there waiting to get support for the music streaming service. It seems that Amazon doesn’t have any issues with Apple putting its wireless services on any of its products.
After allowing the Cupertino-based company to bring Apple Music to Echo speakers, Amazon now enables even more of its customers to get a taste of the music streaming service. The US retailer has just announced that starting this week, Amazon Fire TV users will be able to access Apple Music from their devices.
Simply use the command “Play today’s hits on Apple Music” or whatever artist/song you wish to listen to and your Amazon Fire TV will automatically start playing it. Just make sure that your command includes the Apple Music words so that you can actually be able to use it.
As a side note, 9to5mac reports that Amazon confirmed Apple Music support is now available for Amazon Echo users in the UK, as the initial rollout started and ended with the United States. Just give it a few days if it doesn’t immediately show on your Amazon Echo device if you’re in the UK.