Apple Music subscribers can now enjoy their streaming service of choice via their PS5 after Sony announced a new app.

The news comes after a few weeks which saw the Apple Music PS5 app appearing intermittently for some people when creating new accounts on their consoles.

Sony says that Apple Music subscribers can now access a catalog of 90 million songs and playlists from their library.

Starting today, PS5 users with an Apple Music subscription can enjoy more than 90 million songs from Apple Music, tens of thousands of curated playlists, music videos in 4K, Apple Music Radio streaming today’s hits, classics, and country live, and personalized playlists based on your music preferences.

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

Gamers can enjoy background music playback as well as seamless music video playback, Sony confirmed in its announcement. “PS5 users can either start the Apple Music app before hopping into a game, or during gameplay by pressing the PS button on the DualSense wireless controller to access the Control Center and select the Music Function card,” Sony notes.

Apple Music is now another viable option for PS5 owners and joins the existing Spotify app on consoles worldwide.

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