Apple Music is one of the popular and leading music streaming services that offer more than millions of songs to listen to. It also features the ability to store music for offline listening. Apple Music is an entirely subscription-based music service that offers three months free trial to new users. The latest Firestick devices come with an Alexa voice remote, 4K UHD, and Dolby Atmos audio support. Amazon Firestick gives you access to several music streaming services, but not Apple Music. Eventually, Apple prevents non iOS device to play Apple Music or songs on the iTunes library. If you have subscribed to Apple Music, you can follow the below instructions to listen to your favorite Apple Music on Fire TV or Firestick.
How to Get Apple Music on Amazon Firestick or Fire TV
To play Apple Music songs on Firestick, you need to sync Apple music with Amazon Echo devices.
#1: To begin with, go to any web browser and visit the Amazon website.
#2: Sign in with your Amazon account.
#3: Click on the Hamburger (three-lined icon) at the top left corner.
#4: From the drop-down, select the Echo & Alexa option.
#5: Select the Alexa Skills option.
#6: Select the Music & Audio option.
#7: Select Apple Music from the list of available services.
#8: Click Enable button from the Apple Music description screen.
#9: After that, you need to sign in with your Apple Music Account.
#10: Click Allow to access Apple Music, media library, and listen to songs on Alexa.
#11: If you want, you can set Apple Music as your Music service for Alexa.
#12: After doing that, launch your Amazon Firestick or Fire TV.
#13: Make sure your Firestick is paired with the Alexa remote.
#14: Now, you can simply use your Alexa Remote to play songs from your Apple Music.
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How to Set up Apple Music with Alexa App?
In addition to the Amazon website, you will be able to link Apple Music with your Alexa App. Amazon Alexa app is officially available on Google Play Store and App Store.
#1: Launch the Amazon Alexa App and make sure it is logged in with your Amazon account.
#2: Click the Hamburger icon at the top left corner of the app.
#3: From the list of options, select Settings.
#4: Tap Music option under Alexa Preferences.
#5: Then tap the Link New Service option.
#6: Select Apple Music from the list of available services.
#7: Finally, tap Enable To Use.
#8: The app will ask you to sign in with your Apple ID. Enter your credentials to sign in.
#9: On the next screen, tap Allow.
#10: Once you have successfully signed in, your Apple Music content will link with Alexa. Tap Done.
#11: If you wish, you can make Apple Music a default Music service on Alexa.
Now you can use the Alexa Skills to play the desired Apple Music songs on your Amazon Firestick.
Note: To unlink or remove Apple Music from Alexa, open the Alexa app and navigate to Apple Music under Music settings, then tap Disable Skill.
By doing so, you can use Amazon Firestick to listen to all your Apple Music in your living room effortlessly. Once your Apple Music account is linked with Alexa, you can access the same feature on all Alexa’s voice supported devices.