Apple Music is now also available on Xbox. (Image source: Unsplash)
Some Xbox owners have had to wait a long time for this news: Apple Music is now available with its own app on Xbox One, Xbox Series X and S. New customers get access to Apple’s music streaming service for one month free of charge.
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Apple Music available on Xbox
Apple has one native app for Apple Music published in the Microsoft Store. The music streaming service is not only available on the current generation of Series X and S consoles, but also on the older Xbox One from 2013.
The Xbox version of Apple Music is not restricted in its function and can be used just like on other devices. The entire music catalog with over 90 million songs as well as radio and video are available. For gamers, however, there is another indication that is even more important: Apple Music can running in the background on the console. So you can listen to music while playing (source: Microsoft Store).
After Spotify and Amazon Music, Apple Music is the last of the larger music streaming services, which makes its way to Microsoft’s consoles. Previously, customers had to rely on third-party apps to use Apple Music on Xbox. Apple Music has long been available as a native app on many smart TVs and also on the PlayStation 5.
Is Apple Music worth it? The answer is in our big music streaming comparison:
Apple Music with one month free trial
While Apple Music subscription owners can sign in directly with their Apple ID on Xbox, An offer is available for new customers. You get a free trial month if you decide to subscribe. This is noticeable for individuals from the second month with 9.99 euros per month, families pay 14.99 euros. Students can access Apple Music for $5.99 a month. With an annual subscription, the costs can be reduced.