Apple Music is natively integrated into MBUX along with Amazon Music, Spotify and Tidal.
is one of our favorites. It’s powerful, responsive and, thanks to its great natural speech recognition, easy to use while driving. Now it’s getting better, because MBUX will get the Apple Music integration on Wednesday, according to an announcement from Mercedes.
Apple Music isn’t the first streaming platform to come to MBUX, but it’s definitely a big leap forward, especially forUser. It joins Spotify, Tidal, and Amazon Music, giving users access to over 75 million songs.
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In order to be able to use the Apple Music integration, Mercedes owners have to activate it in their personal “Mercedes Me” account, just like with Spotify, Tidal and so on. As long as you have already set up smartphone data for MBUX, you can then stream.
The upcoming C-Class and S-Class will be the first to have the new integration, but other Mercedes owners with MBUX-equipped vehicles will be able to access it after an over-the-air update is released sometime this year.
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