“One of the most useful features of Apple’s new Apple TV is its Siri-enabled universal search,” Brendan Klinkenberg reports for BuzzFeed News. “It’s something Apple TV owners have been asking about for years — the ability to quickly and effectively search across multiple video platforms simultaneously.”
“And now that Apple’s enabled it for video, the company is working to extend it to music as well,” Klinkenberg reports. “In a few months, Apple TV owners will be able to tell the device to find a song or album the same way they’d tell it to find a movie.”
Klinkenberg reports, “Apple confirmed to BuzzFeed News that Siri is coming to Apple Music on Apple TV at the beginning of next year.”
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MacDailyNews Take: This additional capability could help drive subscribers to Apple Music. Being able to simply ask for any song from among tens of millions is a very powerful tool. Not so many years ago, if we told you that $149 for an Apple TV and $9.99/month would be all it would take to have accesss to virtually every song ever recorded, you’d laugh.