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Apple and Spotify are reportedly in talks to let Siri play your Discover Weekly

[2019-08-13 15:47:37]

Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge Apple and Spotify are in talks about potentially enabling Siri to play songs, albums, and playlists from the leading subscription music service. A new report from The Information confirms that Spotify would be taking advantage of new capabilities that Apple is introducing in iOS 13 and iPadOS 13, which allow other apps to be on equal footing with Apple Music when making music requests through the company’s Siri voice assistant. If Spotify takes advantage of the new tools, you’ll be able to play music without having to open the app on your iPhone or iPad. The integration could be a sign of progress between two companies that have butted heads to a more heated degree than ever before over the last year. In March, Spotify filed an...

Apple and Spotify are reportedly in talks to let Siri play your Discover Weekly


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