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Hey Daddy-O, if you’re bloated enough to own a PS5 console straight out of the fridge, then do I have any news plugged in and happening to you. Sony has announced that its shiny new hardware now supports Apple Music, opening millions and millions of tracks to Apple Music subscribers. The app is available for download from PlayStation Store.
Whispers about the melodious app’s arrival arrived earlier this month via Reddit, after several people saw a blinking Apple Music icon and you’ll miss it appear on their dashboards. Soon after, Sony confirmed on the official PlayStation blog that the subscription functionality is coming to PS5, which incidentally becomes the first console to support the Apple Music service.
If you are an Apple Music subscriber, all you need to do is download the app on PS5 and sign in with your Apple account details. You will then have access to the entire catalog, easily accessible by streaming via your console. The service includes some 90 million individual tracks, thousands of playlists, music videos in 4K resolution, and seamless integration with gaming sessions. If you’ve ever wanted to fight through the underworld of Underworld listening to Tony Bennett, now you can.