Apple is launching its TV app on Android mobiles, as stated by a Twitter user ShrimpApplePro, the one who utterly disclosed the iPhone 14 Pro’s Dynamic island hardware design and the box for the device. The app is currently being tested internally by Apple, and will soon be unfolded, but the company has not referred to a definite time of its release, claims the leaker.
Now Android users could simply obtain the Apple TV+ streaming service through the Apple TV app, rather than browsing the web on tv.apple.com. The Android users would also get access to MLS Season to pass in the coming year. In the Android community, the Apple TV app is right now confined to only those streaming gadgets powered by the operating system of Android TV, along with the Chromecast with Google TV.
Apple TV App is available on many other non-Apple devices such as Xbox one, Xbox series X, Xbox Series, PS4, PS5, Roku TVs, Roku, and Amazon Fire TV streaming sticks, and select smart TVs from Samsung, Sony, Vizio, and LG. You can use the App to rent or buy movies and TV shows, stream Apple TV+, and much more.
The services revenue and viewership of Apple TV+ will hopefully rise after the streaming of the Apple TV app on Android smartphones.