Apple has added CBS to the universal search lineup on the fourth-generation Apple TV, allowing viewers to find shows like Big Bang Theory and NCIS more easily using Siri.
Apple TV Apps
With just a few days left for Apple’s ‘Let us loop you in’ event, the company has released a new Apple events app on the tvOS App Store for the fourth-generation Apple TV.
Right now, there isn’t a Sling TV app available for Apple’s set-top box, but that could be changing soon.
The fourth-generation Apple TV’s tvOS makes it possible to have a variety of apps, and for those who just want to get their music video watching on, Vevo is here to help out.
The tech giants; Amazon, Apple, Google and Verizon; might end up in a bidding war to gain rights to stream NFL’s “Thursday Night Football.”
One of my biggest gripes with Apple TV 4 is that you cannot watch a video while browsing your library or simply using any other application.
Apple released a new ad titled “The Future of TV is Apps,” focusing on the apps for its fourth-generation Apple TV.
The folks over at VideoLAN just launched VLC, the world’s most used media player, on the Apple TV. Those of you interested in downloading and using VLC on your Apple TV will have to search for it in the App Store on the Apple TV. If you have already have the iOS app, you should see it automatically in the “Purchased” tab in the Apple TV store.
While some streaming music services are shuttering their doors, others are still going strong — even expanding. iHeartRadio is looking to take new ground in 2016.
Viewing 360-degree videos on YouTube is a pretty cool experience, but thanks to platform limitations, iOS users cannot watch any kind of 360-degree videos on their devices. Thanks to a new app called Littlstar though, fourth generation Apple TV users will soon be able view 360-degree videos on their television.