Apple Music Coming to Amazon Alexa Devices in December

Apple Music Coming to Amazon Alexa Devices in December

Apple Music Coming to Amazon Alexa Devices in December

If you missed out on any of Amazon's Echo Dot deals, or just want something at a super low price, you could do much worse than check out the Eufy Genie Smart Speaker, while this deal is still on. But with the new integration, subscribers will be able to ask Alexa to play the tracks they want instead of turning to their mobile devices.

"Music is one of the most popular features on Alexa-since we launched Alexa four years ago, customers are listening to more music in their homes than ever before", said Dave Limp, senior vice president, Amazon Devices.

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Apple isn't generally one to put its software on other platforms, so it seems like the company is trying to add features to convince more people to use its streaming service.

While Amazon would probably love to convince more people to subscribe to its own Music Unlimited service, some wars are simply not worth fighting.

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While Amazon says that Apple Music will work with Echo speakers starting the week of December 17th, it doesn't say how fast the rollout will go, so Echo owners may have to be a little patient. If you picked up an Echo speaker during Black Friday, you will soon be able to summon any song from Apple Music with your voice.

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