Apple Music launches today on PS5 – PlayStation.Blog

For those of you who enjoy listening to music in addition to playing games, we are pleased to announce the launch of Apple Music on PS5 – the first gaming console to introduce an integrated Apple Music experience, bringing sound. extensive catalog of music to PS5 players around the world.

As of today, PS5 users with Apple Music subscription can enjoy over 90 million songs from Apple Music, tens of thousands of curated playlists, 4K music videos, Apple Music Radio broadcasting today’s hits, classics and country live, and personalized playlists based on your musical preferences.

The PS5 offers seamless integration with the Apple Music streaming service with background music and video clip playback, so gamers can listen before, during or after their gaming session.

Playing background music

PS5 users can either start the Apple Music app before jumping into a game or during the game by pressing the PS button on the DualSense wireless controller to access the Control Center and select the Music Function card.

From there, Apple Music subscribers can find recommendations that match the game they’re currently playing, or choose from a playlist in their library or other playlists curated by Apple Music for games.

Transparent music video playback

Apple Music subscribers can also search and watch music videos from a wide selection of artists in the Apple Music app. Start by playing the video in full screen; if you decide to return to your game or navigate elsewhere on the PS5 home screen, the audio from the clip will continue to play. If you want to go back to the music video, it will also pick up seamlessly wherever you are in the song, with no music interruption. We hope you will enjoy Apple Music on PS5. To get started, PS5 owners can download the Apple Music app from the media space on PS5 and follow the onscreen instructions to link their Apple Music account. For more information, please visit our website.

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