Apple TV App Will Now Be Available For Android

Apple could soon release an Android version of its Apple TV App. Until recently, the Apple TV app was only available for Apple devices, and Android users had to utilize the tv.apple.com website to access the Apple TV+ streaming service. Apple is currently testing the TV app internally and plans to release it soon, according to a tweet from ShrimpApplePro.

For those who are unaware, the ShrimpApplePro accurately disclosed the Dynamic Island hardware design and the phone’s packaging. The Apple TV app would provide more convenient access to Apple’s streaming service for Android smartphone users.

Apple TV App Can Be Downloaded On Android Devices

In an update to its Apple TV software used by smart TVs and other devices in October, the tech titan added HDR10+ compatibility for Apple TV+ streams and iTunes movies. The tvOS 16 updates for the third-generation Apple TV 4K introduced, among other features, support for HDR10+ video streaming. Also being considered by Apple is the cancellation of the 2024 launch of the iPhone SE 4.

Reputable Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo recently tweeted that Apple may cancel or postpone the upcoming iPhone SE 4 due to lower-than-anticipated orders of mid-to-lower-end iPhone models, namely iPhone SE 3, iPhone 13 Mini, and iPhone 14 Plus. One of the biggest sources of revenue for Apple is its services, such as Apple TV+ and Apple Music. The majority of Apple’s apps continue to be exclusive to its own ecosystem and hardware. By making them available to individuals outside of the Apple device ecosystem, Apple hopes to draw consumers into its ecosystem while generating money.