The Apple TV app is now available on Android TV devices without any restrictions to any manufacturers or models. (Earlier the app was available on select Sony Android TVs and Google Chromecast). This launch comes right before Apple’s summer content roll out.
Released in 2019 the Apple TV+ does host one of the highest rated content libraries on the internet. The app was earlier available on various other platforms such as the Samsung Tizen, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, LG WebOS, Microsoft Xbox and Sony Playstation along with Sony Android TVs and Google Chromecast with Google TV. Now with this release the app is available on every major smart tv platform in the market.
Nvidia broke the news about the app arriving on its Shield TV platform earlier today but it is now available on every Android TV device running 8.0 OREO or higher.
We have tried the app on the MI TV stick as well as Nvidia Shield TV and the app runs smoother than most other streaming apps available on the platform.
While you can also access any movie or show you buy or rent on iTunes/AppleTV, as mentioned earlier this release comes just in time for Apple’s summer content roll out with Lisey’s Story and new seasons of Central Park, Home Before Dark, and the highly loves Ted Lasso being just around the corner.
Catch Up with what’s going on with the Apple TV here.