Apple Music will be available on Amazon Echo devices starting December 17th, 2018

over 2 years ago by IanDorfman

Amazon announced that its line of Echo devices will be receiving support for Apple Music starting the week of December 17th.

Though Amazon's line of devices is not the first non-Apple platform to support Apple Music (with Android and Facebook Messenger also allowing its users to sign up for and utilize Apple's service, which has a library of over 50 million songs.

Subscribers will be able to ask Small Amazon Alexa iconAmazon Alexa to play any certain song via Apple Music, and if the service has the song in question, playback will begin.

This support for Small Apple Music iconApple Music on Alexa is the latest move in a partnership between Amazon and Apple which has seen Prime Video available on Apple TV and iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple Watch products be available for sale directly via Small Amazon iconAmazon Services for the first time.

Further coverage:
The Amazon blog
Ars Technica
Engadget
TechCrunch
The Verge
VentureBeat

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