Samsung are the first Smart TVs to now play Apple Music

Apple Music is now live and streaming music on all of the latest Samsung Smart TVs around the world.

This week Samsung proudly announce that they are the “first TV brand” to integrate Apple Music into their Smart TVs. Apple Music subscribers can now stream all of their favourite music on their Samsung Smart TVs in over 100 countries worldwide.

The music streaming app is available on Samsung’s connected TVs released from 2018 and on. Listeners will have access to Apple Music’s entire catalogue of 60 million songs, thousands of curated playlists, and all their music video content.

Samsung’s Vice President of Strategic Partnerships and Business Development, Salek Brodsky says: “Our goal has always been to deliver the best entertainment experiences to consumers – and as people spend more time at home, we are more committed to that mission than ever.

“Last year, we were the first TV manufacturer to offer the Apple TV app, and today, we are the first to offer Apple Music. Our partnership with Apple has been instrumental in bringing consumers an unparalleled lineup of different entertainment options, especially as they seek out more content choices from their Smart TVs.”

Owners of Samsung Smart TVs can download Apple Music from the Samsung Smart TV App Store, sign in to an existing account with their Apple ID, or begin the subscription process right from their TV. Samsung Smart TV owners can try Apple Music free for 3 months with an individual, family or student subscription.

In addition to Apple Music’s vast catalog, subscribers can also watch original shows, trending concerts, and other exclusive content on their Samsung Smart TVs.

For more information on Samsung’s Smart TVs, please visit

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