Amazon added support for Apple Music to its Echo speakers in December, allowing users to choose Apple's service as their preferred music source. Now, that same option has reached the boxes and sticks of Amazon's Fire TV. Starting today, you can play Apple Music songs on the TV screen using Alexa in the US. UU (Amazon says that Apple Music's compatibility will reach Echo and Fire TV devices in the UK in the coming weeks).
If you've already set up and linked your Apple Music account with Alexa, there's nothing else you can do. do: things should be working immediately and you can start playing Apple Music immediately. If you have not already done so, the process does not take long. Fire TV Cube owners can also run Apple Music in their multi-room music settings.
The verification of support for the Amazon ecosystem was a big step for Apple Music, and it seems that the service could also be coming to Google Home, eventually. Last month, Apple Music appeared in the music settings menu for Google's smart speakers, but the function was not working at that time. Later, Google said that Apple Music is currently supported through Google Assistant and did not comment on future functionality.