Roku joins Apple Music

Apple Music exports to the Roku platform. Very present in the United States and Canada, and less so elsewhere in the world, the Roku system hosts a new dedicated application for Apple’s music service. Users of the brand’s products, whether streaming boxes, streambar soundbars or connected televisions, can now retrieve and connect to the app.

All they need to do is enter their identifiers to take advantage of the 90 million song catalog, or register directly on the Roku Channel Store and get one month of free listening (you can get up to 6 months of free when you purchase the HomePod Mini) , AirPods Pro, AirPods 2/3, AirPods Max and select Beats devices).

Video content available in 4K in this definition can also be played on compatible devices. On the other hand, Lossless Music and Dolby Atmos are currently not there (these two functions are present in the Android app). Apple Music is also present on PlayStation 5, Samsung and LG connected TVs, Amazon Echo devices, Sonos and Nest, and also, don’t forget Windows PCs with good old iTunes.

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