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Amazon Music starts rolling out its Apple TV app

Amazon Music at the moment launched its first app for the Apple TV, together with each the 4K mannequin and the usual HD one. The app requires model tvOS 12.zero or later, and it may be downloaded from the tvOS App Store. The announcement comes simply days after Spotify introduced its personal app for the Apple TV.

The Amazon Music app offers customers entry to Amazon’s catalog of songs, playlists, and stations, together with a wide range of widespread international playlists like Rap Rotation. Additionally, there’s the choice to observe together with scrolling lyrics throughout the app, and Amazon Music listeners utilizing Apple TV may entry all bought and imported music that’s of their “My Music” library.

To begin, the Amazon Music app for Apple TV is offered at the moment within the US, UK, Australia, New Zealand, Brazil, Canada, France, Italy, Spain, Germany, Mexico, Japan, and India.

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