New Apple TV owners will shortly have the ability to make use of Siri to search for tunes and musicians on Apple Music, BuzzFeed News reports.
The organization affirmed that it would add support for voice-restricted hunt early next year, meaning users of the Apple Music app on fourth generation Apple TV boxes will have a way to make use of Siri to search for music in the same way they are already in a position to find movies.
Siri is really one of the marquee features of Apple TV, but only at that stage in its development, support for the voice -controlled personal assistant is.
While Apple TV users can launch programs, direct you to weather forecasts, and play videos with the energy of their voice, Siri just works with a few apps, can not seek through the App Store to locate more, and has none of the sass and personality of the iPhone’s version.
Nonetheless, Apple’s promised support in Apple Music of Siri indicates that the company is going to further enmesh its digital assistant into Apple TV as time goes by, making the hardware a more attractive choice to challengers like Roku and Fire TV set-top boxes. The move also might help drive new customers to Apple Music, which currently has merely a third as many paying subscribers as Spotify.