Apple Music is now available on Xbox

The newly released Apple Music app on Microsoft’s Xbox One and Xbox Series consoles allows users listen to music while playing games. The Apple Music app for Xbox also supports music videos in up to 4K resolution.

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The app can be downloaded now on all Xbox One consoles as well as Xbox Series S and Series X consoles. It features the same user interface as on other TV platforms and also offers acces to purchased songs from iTunes.

The app for Xbox supports music videos in up to 4K resolution but does not support Dolby Atmos music and lossless quality, both of which are supported for Apple Music on the Apple TV 4K box.

MacDailyNews Take: Apple Music also plays on iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Mac, PC, Android, Sonos, and Samsung Smart TV.

Those interested in America’s No.1 streaming music service can get a free 1-month Apple Music trial here.

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  1. I’d just like to be able to stream via bluetooth from my phone to my home stereo and still be able to talk at the same time while listening to background music. Maybe i’ll get an xbox…

  2. i’d just like spell check to work broadly, so I don’t have to rely on Google…which PREDICTABLY replies with the answer…mattering little how afar my guess.

    Maybe after Apple gets the WW Soccer contract, they’ll focus on basic things that (should) work as well as Google. Better than is asking too much?

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