Apple TV application is currently accessible on all Android TV gadgets, as well

Amora R Jelo

Following up on Google’s guarantee from recently, Apple TV is carrying out to more gadgets running Android. Beginning today, the Apple TV app is currently accessible on all modern Android TV gadgets. Nvidia broke the information on the application showing up on its Shield TV today, yet the good news […]

Following up on Google’s guarantee from recently, Apple TV is carrying out to more gadgets running Android. Beginning today, the Apple TV app is currently accessible on all modern Android TV gadgets.

Nvidia broke the information on the application showing up on its Shield TV today, yet the good news goes past that. Beginning today, Apple TV is accessible for the “Android TV OS ecosystem,” Google advises us. This implies that any modern Android TV gadget can access the service. The list incorporates your traditional streaming box/stick including any semblance of Xiaomi as well as TVs from TCL, Hisense, and different brands. Already, the application was just accessible on Sony Bravia TVs and Chromecast with Google TV.

We’ve affirmed the application’s accessibility on a Hisense U8G TV running on the standard Android TV platform. The application appears in Play Store search and can be installed right away.

There are no significant limitations to the accessibility either. Google reveals to us that any Android TV gadget running 8.0 Oreo or higher that is not an operator-tier device access to Apple TV beginning today. Try not to anticipate a proper declaration from Google or other OEMs, however the change ought to be live now for everybody.

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