Apple has expanded the Apple TV app’s compatibility to include Google’s popular operating system for smart TVs and streaming devices, making it available on the Android TV platforms. Even though Apple TV was originally only available on Apple devices, it has since been expanding to include additional devices and platforms such as LG’s WebOS and Amazon’s Fire OS. Android TV is a major market that includes smart TVs from a variety of brands, and it is a popular choice in India. Many low-cost TV makers utilize the Android OS in their smart TVs.
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Apple TV on Android
The Apple TV app is available for Android Android TV devices operating on Android TV 8 or above that have accessibility to the Google Play store. According to 9to5google’s official website, they tried it on the Realme Smart TV 4K 43 and were able to install and sign in to the Apple TV app without issue.
If your tv supports it, the content will be accessible in up to Ultra-HD resolution, with HDR support with Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos.
How to install?
— Go to Google Play Store and search for Apple TV.
— Hit install to complete the process and open the app.
— Sign in using your Apple ID and password. iPhone users can also log in directly from their phone.
— You are good to stream now.
Apple’s initiative is substantial, particularly for consumers in India, where Android TV devices are widely common. Android TV OS is used by a number of television companies, including Realme, Vu, Sony, Xiaomi, TCL, and OnePlus. These companies use android os for their smart TVs in a variety of price ranges. Apple TV is now accessible on all of these devices, allowing users to stream both purchased and rented movies. It also supports the Apple TV+ subscription plan which contains critically renowned original shows.
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