The Apple TV app is already available for many devices. Now Android TV TVs and media players are also joining.
With the Apple TV app, you can not only access Apple’s streaming service Apple TV+, you can also make purchases via iTunes, for example, and of course also access your purchased content. Apple TV was already available to many smart TVs from LG and Samsung, but now it has finally made its way to Android TV devices. This includes, for example, TVs from Philips and Sony, but also media players such as the popular Nvidia Shield TV.
Apple TV + can be used as a free trial for one week, after which the streaming offer costs 4.99 euros per month. However, those who love the new Apple product for the first time Apple TV 4K Registered with their Apple ID, Apple TV+ will be awarded as a bonus for one year at no additional cost. That might make buying a new media player a little tastier for one or the other.
To get Apple TV as an app on your Android TV device, you have to take action on your own. In other words, by no means does the app install automatically. Instead, you have to open the Google Play Store and search for the app there. It can then be installed and used on devices with Android TV 8.0 or higher. An Apple ID is required to use it.
Apple TV + is constantly adding new content
Apple TV+ is a streaming show that doesn’t come close to competitors like Amazon Prime Video, Disney+ or Netflix in terms of quantity, but it does want to sign up with little to no rejection. There you will find z. Sofia Coppola’s last movie with Bill Murray “On the Rocks” and also a high-quality science fiction series like “For All Mankind”. The drama “The Morning Show” starring Jennifer Aniston also got off to a good start with critics, so it might be worth taking a look at the broadcast show.
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