Samsung brings Apple Music to smart TVs

Samsung brings Apple Music to smart TVs


Samsung brings Apple Music to smart TVs
Samsung brings Apple Music to smart TVs

 Samsung has introduced Apple Music on their smart TVs.  With this new facility, Samsung TV customers in more than 100 countries will get the benefit of Apple Music directly on the smart TV.

 Lockdown is going on in many countries of the world to avoid the novel coronavirus.  At the same time, Samsung is adding various entertainment and health options to its smart TV platform.  The company has come up with Apple Music for the Samsung Smart TV models that came in the market between 2016 and 2020.  - News from Samsung Newsroom.

 According to Samsung, subscribers will be able to listen to music, watch music videos and play thousands of playlists without ads from a collection of more than 60 million songs.  "Our goal has always been to deliver the highest level of entertainment experience to consumers - now that people are spending more time at home, we are more committed to that goal," said Salek Brodsky, Samsung Electronics' strategic partner and vice president of business development.

 “Last year we were the first TV makers to come up with the Apple TV app.  Today we are the first in the list to bring Apple Music.  - says Brodsky.

 Those interested can download the Apple Music app from the Samsung Smart TV App Store.  Apple Music requires an Apple ID.  Samsung Smart TV owners will get Apple Music ‘free’ for the first three months with individual, family or student subscriptions.