4 Available Methods to Play Apple Music on Xbox
I heard that Apple Music now is available on Xbox console. Is that true? And how can I play my Apple Music playlist on Xbox One?
As Microsoft's most popular video game consoles, it goes without saying that Xbox is loaded with entertainment features for enthusiasts. Naturally, Xbox has also packed the full-screen music streaming in addition to the game draw. It has worked with a host of streaming music services, including Spotify, Pandora, Tidal, SoundCloud, Deezer and more. Apart from these music services, you can get Apple Music from the Microsoft Store on eligible Xbox One, Xbox One S, or Xbox One X.
Apple Music subscribers have access to a massive music collection featuring millions of songs from a wide variety of genres, which is perfect for background playback as they engage in their favorite games. In this following page, we'll cover how to play Apple Music on Xbox in 4 ways.
Method 1. Get and Play Apple Music on Xbox
Microsoft brings Apple Music to Xbox owners. All users are able to download and install Apple Music app from the the Microsoft Store to the Xbox one. But please note that only Apple Music paid user are allowed to use Apple Music on Xbox. If you not already an Apple Music subscriber, you can redeem the free trial with the initial signup.
Step 1: Turn on your Xbox One. Go to the Xbox Home screen by pressing the Home button with the controller.
Step 2: Open the Microsoft Store, and select Store > Search. Then enter Apple Music in the search bar.
Step 3: Tap "Get" to wait for the application installation.
Step 4: Later launch Apple Music from the application list, and sign in your Apple Music account.
Lastly, you're free to choose and play your favorite playlist from Apple Music on Xnox.
Method 2. Cast Apple Music to Xbox One through AirServer
Setting up an AirServer connection between your iPhone and Xbox will allow you to synchronize Apple Music playback on both devices. The steps of installing AirServer and using it to cast Apple Music to Xbox One are outlined below.
Step 1: Tap Store on the Xbox interface, and enter AirServer on the search box.
Step 2: Enter the page of AirServer Xbox Edition, then choose "Buy" or "Free Trial" to complete the installation.
Step 3: Launch the AirServer on your Xbox, and press "A" button on your controller to show the QR Code.
Step 4: Later head to App Store on your iPhone. Search and download AirServer Connect.
Step 5: Use the mobile version of AirServer to scan the QR Code on the Xbox device.
Step 6: Now you can open your Apple Music playlist on the phone. Then click the Airplay icon on the middle of bottom pannal and choose Xbox to connect.
Method 3. Use Apple Music on Xbox through Web Player
Apple Music also offered a web player aside from an app. You may use the Xbox One's built-in Microsoft Edge web browser to access Apple Music without downloading any additional apps.
Step 1: Tap Microsoft Edge on the menu.
Step 2: Go to the Apple Music Web Player and sign in to Apple Music with your Apple ID.
Step 3: Navigate to your desired songs from the Apple Music library, and click to play.
Method 4. Play Apple Music on Xbox Offline
Tool Required: AudiCable Apple Music Recorder
AudiCable Apple Music Recorder is exclusively designed for downloading Apple Music songs/albums/podcasts to your PC or Mac. It's ideal for personal use as it legally and selectively convert Apple Music tracks to MP3/AAC/FLAC/WAV/AIFF/ALAC format, making them accessible offline and compatible with multiple device. Once recorded, you can import the local audio files from Apple Music to Xbox, PS5, Roku, Alexa and the like for playing.
Of course, this app's top-notch recording technology ensures that the audio and ID tags are captured without any damage. Also, you can record music from most streaming services with AudiCable's one-click interface, including Spotify, Amazon Music, YouTube Music, Tidal, Pandora, SoundCloud, and more.
- Download music from Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, Tidal, Line Music, Deezer, YouTube Music, Pandora, SoundCloud and other music sources.
- Save music to MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC, AIFF, ALAC.
- Support to add more music websites manually.
- No need to install extra music apps.
- Keep ID3 tags after recording.
- Keep original audio quality after conversion.
📂 Tutorial for Playing Apple Music On Xbox One Offline
This tutorial will meticulously demonstrate on how to convert Apple Music songs to generic audio files, then transfer the downloaded Apple Music audio to Xbox through a USB drive. This method is intended to streaming Apple Music tracks on the Xbox’s Media Player.
First, make sure that you've got the latest version of AudiCable Audio Recorder installed for your computer's operating system.
Step 1 Download and Install AudiCable Audio Recorder
Start AudiCable Audio Recorder on your computer. Then, click the "Apple Music" icon from the mainface. After that, the log-in window of Apple Music will automatically pop up, please log in your Apple Music account.
Note: Using the "Add other sources" button, you can also add other music services that you want. Just copy the official website, customize it with a new name, and then implement a new music platform.
Step 2 Choose the Player and Sign in
Please choose the way you want to download Apple Music. After that, sign in with your Apple ID.
Note: The first option will bring up AudiCable's built-in web player window, and the second will pop up from your Chrome.
Step 3 Adjust the Output Format as MP3
On the top-right corner of AudiCable, click on a "gear icon". From the pop-up setting window you need to choose "MP3" as the output format. Then close it to apply the changes.
Note: Apart from the output format, you can also freely customize the output quality and output path as you like. The audio quality varies from 128kbps to 320kbps.
Step 4 Start Recording Apple Music to Computer
Choose songs or playlists you want to download from Apple Music, then start playing. AudiCable will record Apple Music simultaneously. Meanwhile, songs will be converted to the formats you've chosen in the previous step.
Note: Please make sure that your network is stable during recording. If you want to enable the music to download in the background, you can go to the upper right, and tap the "sound" icon to switch to mute.
Step 5 Get the Downloaded Apple Music MP3s Locally
Once the recording is done, click the "Recorded" tab and you can check all the Apple Music songs that have been converted successfully. Click the "Folder" icon beside the music and you'll be directed to the downloaded MP3 files of Apple Music.
Step 6 Transfer Apple Music Songs to Xbox One through USB Drive
1) Insert the USB drive into your computer via the USB port.
2) Open the folder where you save the downloaded Apple Music songs, directly drag & drop the downloaded Apple Music to your USB flash drive.
3) Plug one end of a pen drive into the port on your controller, then go to My Games & Apps > See All > Media Player.
4) Select and play the Apple Music songs in the USB storage. In this case, Apple Music on Xbox will be playable forever even if you lack Internet connection.
- All these methods are for personal or educational use only.
- You should not use this tool to distribute music or for business.
In this article, we've test four workable techniques for playing Apple Music on Xbox, all of which proceeds differently. For active Apple Music subsribers, they can choose the first three methods to stream Apple Music on Xbox. But for someone who are looking to keep Apple Music playable on Xbox after the subscription expires, they may go direct to the last but not least method. Still hesitate? Make the most of your gaming experience with Apple Music on Xbox now!
Note: The free trial version of AudiCable enables you to record a maximum of 10 Apple Music songs. To get the full conversion, please become a registered member by buying a license from AudiCable.
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