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Apple Music is now available on Samsung Smart TVs. Here’s how to get it

April 23, 2020, 8:48 PM UTC

Apple Music is now available on some Samsung televisions, marking another recent example of the iPhone-maker offering its services on rival devices.

Samsung said Thursday that people can now access Apple’s streaming music service through Samsung’s Smart TV models that were manufactured from 2018 to 2020. People must first download the Apple Music app from Samsung’s Smart TV app store, similar to how they would access other streaming services like Spotify and Tidal

Samsung said that Smart TV owners who sign up for Apple Music can get three months of free access. Apple Music costs $9.99 monthly, $4.99 for students, and $14.99 for families of up to six people.

Before today, Apple Music was not available on rival companies’ Internet-connected televisions. Instead, people who wanted to listen to Apple Music from their TVs had to use the Apple TV digital media player device. 

Apple has increasingly made its apps and services available for devices made by other companies as it tries to increase growth in its services business. In 2017, for instance, longtime rival Microsoft said Apple’s iTunes music player would be available via the Windows online app store, particularly noteworthy considering the long rivalry between the two tech giants.  

Apple’s TV streaming service, Apple TV, is already available on certain Samsung TVs. Whether Apple Music will debut on TVs other than Samsung’s is unclear.

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