If you think that you are highly impressed by Apple’s latest Siri-enabled search on Apple TV, you are not impressed enough. Apple is coming up with another impressive feature for music lovers, who are using Apple TV.

Apart from the universal search from multiple video platforms, Apple TV users will soon be able to search their favorite music albums or songs from Apple Music via Siri.

Apple to include Apple Music in Apple TV's Siri Search

According to BuzzFeed News, Apple Music search is to be enabled by Siri on Apple TV. This will make people enjoy music by sending voice commands like, “Play Justin Bieber album” or play “Here comes another bubble”, and Siri will follow your commands.

Now your humble Apple TV is going to be transformed into a voice-enabled music player. It will be an all-in-one package, which includes games, videos, and music.

Apple hopes for a giant leap in the number of subscribers for its on-demand streaming service, which is still in its nascent stage. However, the brand is facing tough competition from its arch rival Spotify that enjoys over 20 million paying subscribers and 55 million free subscribers.

On the other hand, Apple has quickly reached the figure of 6.5 million subscribers in a short period.

In this digital era, music has always been a money-spinner for brands that deal in electronic gadgets. This competition will certainly benefit the music lovers as they will be enjoying cool features and best facilities.

Notably, Apple has surely made a dent in the customer base of Spotify by launching free three-month trial for music lovers by launching Apple Music at WWDC 2015.

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