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How to Play Apple Music on Samsung TV

If you have subscribed to Apple Music, you have access to any songs, playlists, and music videos from the Apple Music library with the application installed on your mobile devices, but did you know that you can also stream Apple Music on your Samsung smart TV? Streaming music on television is not a very popular activity nowadays, however, the output audio of television sometimes performs better than a smartphone or computer, so it is still worth a try. If you are a subscriber of Apple Music and you have a smart TV in your house, you can simply follow the methods below to access your music library right from your smart TV.

Stream Apple Music on Samsung TV

Method 1: Set up the Apple Music app on Samsung TV

Set up the Apple Music official app on your TV is the most straightforward way to stream, let's take a look at a step-by-step method below.

Step 1 Go to the apps section on your Samsung TV and find the Apple Music app.

Step 2 On the Welcome screen, choose Continue and select "Already a Subscriber?" to proceed to the next step.

Step 3 From here, you can sign in with the Apple ID and password that you use with your Apple Music subscription by either entering the information directly on your TV or scanning the QR code from your mobile device.

After you set up the Apple Music app, you can browse and play music from the Apple Music library. And of course, you can also follow along as you listen with perfectly timed lyrics.

Method 2: Transfer Apple Music songs to Samsung TV

If your network speed isn't capable of streaming Apple Music on TV, or your television has been used quite a long time, the smooth of playback may not be very good. In this case, the offline streaming might be a better choice.

Sidify Apple Music Converter is a professional program to convert any tracks from Apple Music to your local drive, and the converted audio files can be played on any device offline. Now let's start learning how to convert the tracks from Apple Music to your local drive and transfer them to Samsung TV.

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Sidify Apple Music Converter

  • ok Convert Apple Music and M4P files to MP3, AAC, FLAC, WAV, AIFF or ALAC.
  • ok Unlock from iTunes & Audible audiobooks
  • ok Preserve high fidelity sound quality after conversion.
  • ok 10X conversion speed; Keep ID3 tags and metadata.

Step 1 Import Apple Music Tracks

Launch Sidify program, click "+" to add Apple Music tracks in your iTunes to your local drive.

Extra tips: Besides Apple Music, Sidify Apple Music Converter also supports converting iTunes M4P music, iTunes M4A, M4B & Audible AA, AAX audiobooks to MP3, AAC, FLAC, WAV, AIFF or ALAC format.
Add Apple Music contents

Step 2 Customize Output Settings

Click the "Setting" on the upper right, as you can see that here you can select the output format you want from MP3, AAC (M4A), FLAC, WAV, AIFF and ALAC, and set the output file name and output quality, as well as the output path folder where you want the files saved.

Customize the output settings

Step 3 Start Converting

Click the "Convert" button to start converting the tracks. After conversion is finished, you can go to "Converted" to find the successfully converted audio files or go to the output folder that you set in the previous step.

Start converting Apple Music

Now you have successfully converted the tracks and saved onto your local drive. There are two methods for you to transfer the converted music to Samsung TV. The first one is to move those converted music to a USB flash drive and then plug it into your Samsung TV. Or you can also copy the music to your smartphone and connect your phone to Samsung TV via Bluetooth and you will be able to connect a screenshare between your phone and Samsung TV, and you can play any media files shared from your phone on the Samsung TV.

Note: The free trial of Sidify Apple Music Converter is limited to converting the first 3 minutes of each audio file. You need to purchase a license to unlock the time limitation.