With a paid subscription, is it possible to listen to Apple Music on more than one device at the same time?
Apple Music is supported on many Apple and non-Apple devices such as iPhones, Macs, PCs, Androids, smart speakers and smart TVs. You can sign in to your Apple Music account on up to six device at once.
Unfortunately, Individual and Student Apple Music accounts can only be streamed on one device at a time. This is to stop serveral people sharing one account for $5/$10. If you play a song on one device, any other devices signed in will automatically pause.
Family accounts on Apple Music are designed for up to six family members, allowing everyone to stream at once and giving each user their own profile with personalized playlists and music recommendations.
Apple Music costs $4.99 per month for students, $9.99 per month for individuals and $14.99 per month for families. See more here.
Alternatively, Apple One is a new service from Apple that allows you to bundle multiple services for a reduced price. Family accounts gives six family members their own Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade and 200GB of iCloud storage. See more here.
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