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Amazon Music follows Spotify’s lead with Apple TV app

Amazon Music follows Spotify’s lead with Apple TV app

It's been a pretty big week for Spotify. Not only did the company finally get the Siri integration it's been looking for across much of Apple's device range, but an official Spotify app went live for Apple TV as well. Never one to be outdone, Amazon has launched its own music app on Apple TV, bringing its service to Apple's media player.

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It’s 2019 and Twitch finally has an official Apple TV app

It’s 2019 and Twitch finally has an official Apple TV app

Being one of the biggest live streaming services around, Twitch is obviously something that's available on a wide array of devices. Whether you want to watch on a desktop computer, game console or smartphone, there's probably an official Twitch app you can download to do just that. Up until today, that somehow wasn't true for Apple TV, but Twitch has fixed that oversight by rolling out an official app for Apple's media player.

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Apple TV+ subscription detailed: Originals, price, and availability

Apple TV+ subscription detailed: Originals, price, and availability

Apple has introduced Apple TV+, the company's new video subscription service. As expected, the company is launching a number of original shows on its new service, which the company first introduced earlier this year. During its September event today, Apple took the wraps off the rest of the details, announcing that its new service will arrive in more than 100 countries soon at a very low price point.

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Hulu rolls out updated live guide on Roku and Apple TV

Hulu rolls out updated live guide on Roku and Apple TV

Hulu, the company best known for its on-demand video streaming service, also offers a live OTT television streaming plan. Customers who subscribe to Hulu Live TV will notice a new Live TV Guide going live starting today, but only on certain platforms. The rollout has kicked off for supported Roku streaming devices and Apple TV, as well as on the platform's website.

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Apple TV+ subscription service leak details price and launch plans

Apple TV+ subscription service leak details price and launch plans

During its March event, Apple took the wraps off Apple TV+, a new video service that was previously detailed in a number of leaks. The company had tapped a number of celebrities and other notable individuals from the movie industry as part of its announcement, saying that it will use this platform for 'original stories from the most creative minds in TV and film.'

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Plex adds major new features for iOS and Apple TV

Plex adds major new features for iOS and Apple TV

Home entertainment server software Plex has been updated with new features for the apps used to playback content, adding a couple major new features for Apple TV and iOS. For mobile users with Apple devices, logging into an account no longer requires users to manually enter a PIN, instead using the device's built-in biometric security. Apple TV, meanwhile, can now play HDR content.

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Seinfeld is turning 30 and Hulu is celebrating with a new Apple TV feature

Seinfeld is turning 30 and Hulu is celebrating with a new Apple TV feature

Somehow, Seinfeld is turning 30 years old today. If that little fact didn't spark an exestential crisis and you're still with us, then good news: you can celebrate Seinfeld's 30th anniversary by using Hulu's new shuffle functionality to pull up a random episodes of the legendary sitcom. Hulu is rolling out this feature today, and it allows you to create a randomized playlist of Seinfeld episodes.

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Apple TV picture-in-picture feature arrives in tvOS 13 beta 2

Apple TV picture-in-picture feature arrives in tvOS 13 beta 2

After years of requests from users, Apple is finally bringing picture-in-picture (PiP) support to the Apple TV. The feature wasn't announced during the company's WWDC keynote for unknown reasons, but has appeared in the latest tvOS 13 beta 2 release. With this new feature, users don't have to choose between watching their current show or browsing the catalog for new content.

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Apple TV update brings Xbox One and PS4 controller support

Apple TV update brings Xbox One and PS4 controller support

Today Apple revealed a big update to tvOS, the operating system inside AppleTV. This update will roll with a new Control Center where users are able to switch - between you, me, and all the other people in this house. For the future of Apple TV and Apple Arcade, this next update is huge: Apple TV will soon be able to use Xbox One and PlayStation DualShock controllers.

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Apple’s new TV app arrives on iOS, Apple TV, and Samsung smart TVs

Apple’s new TV app arrives on iOS, Apple TV, and Samsung smart TVs

Apple has announced that its new Apple TV app has arrived in more than 100 countries for its device owners, as well as for users who own select Samsung smart TVs. The redesigned app is made to meet all of your entertainment needs, bringing a huge movie and television collection alongside major video apps and an overhauled design. Samsung boasts that it is the first TV manufacturer to offer the Apple TV app and AirPlay 2.

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Disney+ is likely to support Apple TV

Disney+ is likely to support Apple TV

Disney has just released the details of one of its most-discussed upcoming product, its own video streaming service. While the entertainment giant did give the fine details about Disney+, including its surprising $7 monthly fee, the one aspect it was coy about was support for platforms and devices. If you thought that was because of potential controversy with Apple, there's no need to worry. It's coming to "traditional" app distributors, which also happens to include Apple.

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macOS update likely splitting up iTunes

macOS update likely splitting up iTunes

New apps like Apple Music, Podcasts, and Apple TV are coming to Apple computers with the next big macOS update this Spring. This would essentially mean the long-awaited breaking-up of the iTunes app, and perhaps the first step toward ending file-based media at Apple altogether - far, far down the road, obviously. Music, TV, Podcasts, and "perhaps" Books apps will be in the mix, and the Apple services machine will be kicked into full gear before school is out.

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