Everything You Should Know About Apple Music On Roku

Victoria| 2022-06-07
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Roku is one of the most extensive collections of streaming apps and channels. It's a terrific platform for using Apple Music in addition to Apple TV.

Apple Music is an excellent alternative to Spotify and other music streaming services, but how can you get it on your Roku? Apple Music has grown into a capable music service since its inception in June 2015. It has over 90 million songs in its catalog, as well as thousands of curated playlists, Hi-Fi/spatial audio tracks, live radio programs, sharing tools, and more. Apple Music is a worthy competitor for the same $9.99 per month price as Spotify Premium.

However, Spotify has long had the upper hand in terms of device compatibility. Simply simply, Spotify works on practically any device that has access to the internet. Seriously. It works on all major platforms, including Android, iOS, Windows, macOS, and others. But it goes far beyond than that. Spotify is also available on Sonos speakers, the majority of game consoles, and Spotify's 'Car Thing' device. It's all over.

Apple Music, on the other hand, isn't lacking in terms of accessibility. Apple Music isn't only available on Apple devices. It's also available for Android, Windows, Alexa speakers, Google Assistant devices, Samsung and LG smart TVs, and more platforms. Apple Music is also accessible on Roku as of April 2022. If you have a current Roku device, downloading the Apple Music app is as simple as going to the Channel Store and searching for it.

How to Play Apple Music on Roku

To get started with Apple Music on your Roku device, grab your remote, go to the left-side menu, find 'Streaming Channels,' input 'Apple Music,' and download the app. All current Roku streaming players, Roku TVs, and the Roku Streambar should have the Apple Music app.

Once the Apple Music app is installed on your Roku, it will appear among all of your other channels and applications on your Home page. To log in to your Apple Music account, go to the Apple Music channel, open it, and follow the on-screen instructions. If you already have an account, simply log in with your email and password to begin listening. You'll find instructions on how to sign up for Apple Music if you don't already have it. Anyone who signs up for Apple Music through their Roku will get a one-month free trial before paying $9.99 per month for the Individual plan (or $14.99 per month for the Family plan).

After checking in to your Apple Music account, you may use the Apple Music Roku app just like any other device. You can listen to the whole song and playlist library, see lyrics for supported songs, listen to radio stations, save music to your library, and see music videos in up to 4K resolution. It's the same Apple Music experience you'd get on an Apple TV or iPhone, just this time on Roku.