The tense affair between Apple and Amazon seems to have cooled down as the Amazon Music has now been made available on Apple TV devices. This includes the Apple TV 4K and the Apple TV HD running tvOS 12.0 or later. The announcement was made by Amazon this morning paving way towards a new partnership between these two giants.
The entire music catalogue on Amazon Music with millions of songs and playlist from different artists can now be accessed by Apple TV users. It will make it easier for them to search for music from their favorite artists and also easily get hold of the imported music library and purchased music.
In the month of March this year, Apple had introduced the Apple Music App on Amazon’s Fire TV which made the music library on Apple Music accessible to every Fire TV user and they could play any song instantly. This shows how both the companies are looking to forge a better partnership with these new announcements and have a positive impact among their daily users.
Apple Music was also added on Amazon Echo devices last year. On the other hand, Amazon had also expanded its inventory for Apple devices other than Apple TV including Apple Watch, iPhones, iPads and Beats headphones.
Apple is also promising to have a cross-platform experience for its upcoming video streaming service Apple TV+. Amazon Prime Video has been available on Apple TV since 2017, which makes it fair enough that Fire TV users also get the same experience with the launch of Apple TV+.