​​How to Download, Install & Listen to Apple Music on Roku Devices

Have you been waiting to play your favorite tunes from Apple Music on your Roku devices? Now you can! Apple Music is now available on Roku players and smart TVs. You can get an Apple Music app and install it on your Roku device, so you can stream all your songs and playlists anytime you want.

The Apple Music app is now available on Roku streaming players, smart TV models, Streambar Pro, and others. If you don’t have an Apple Music subscription yet, you can sign up for a membership account via the Roku Channel Store. After downloading the Apple Music app, subscribe to one of its plans starting at $9.99 per month. New customers can enjoy a 1-month free trial.

How to Download & Install Apple Music App on Roku Devices
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How to Download & Install Apple Music App on Roku Devices

You can easily download and install the dedicated Apple Music app on your Roku streamer whether or not you have a current subscription. Check out the steps below.

  • On your Roku remote, press the Home button.
  • Open the menu by pressing the left button.
  • Select the Search option.
  • Enter Apple Music.
  • Choose the Apple Music app on the Search results.
  • Select Add Channel.
  • Another way to search for Apple Music is to use the voice option of your remote if available.
  • Press the voice button on your remote.
  • Say Apple Music.

How to Download Apple Music via Roku Website

Another way is to visit the official website of the Roku Channel Store and download the Apple Music app. Go to https://channelstore.roku.com/ and sign in to your account. Search for Apple Music and select Add Channel. You can refresh your Roku device for Apple Music to appear.

After downloading the Apple Music app, select Try It Free if you are a new subscriber. If you already have an Apple Music account, select Already a Subscriber. All you have to do is enter your Apple ID and password to sign in to your account.

The Apple Music app features millions of songs and thousands of playlists. You can stream music videos or listen to live radio. There are also exclusive shows and concerts from your favorite artists.

What Roku device do you prefer to stream Apple Music? We would love to hear your answer, so please write to us in the comment section below.

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Aileen Grace M
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