Xbox fans have been yearning for this feature for a long time, and now they can finally use Apple Music on their home consoles.
It seems that you are now able to get Apple music on your Xbox console, which is something that has been accessible for PlayStation consoles for quite some time now.
The news was first reported on Reddit.
But now it’s finally time for Xbox owners to get their hands on some tunes and music videos of their own.
If you are already familiar with Apple Music, the app description highlights many of the features that you would anticipate, such as ad-free streaming of music and video, the ability to create custom playlists, on-demand radio stations, and curated track lists.
However, in addition to all of that, gamers who own an Xbox might become excited about the possibility of listening to their music and playing games at the same time.
At this time, it would appear that there are a few potential downsides. Dolby Atmos and lossless audio capabilities are not available, something that users of Reddit have noted.
This is somewhat supported by the fact that the app listing does not include either of the features, despite the fact that both of the features may be accessed through other types of devices. It is currently unknown whether this is a limitation of the hardware or the application, and it is also unknown whether Apple (or Microsoft) will add either (or both) of these features in the future.
Today, you can grab the Apple Music app for your Xbox One or Xbox Series X|S for free, and if you don’t already have an Apple Music subscription, you’ll also get the first month of the service for free. After that, the continuation of your subscription will be charged at a rate of $9.99 per month.