Today, the TV app supports more than 60 services on Apple TV and iOS devices, but that number will increase soon. The app was first introduced in the U.S. but is now heading to seven more countries worldwide, starting with Canada and Australia, which will receive the app later this month. Meanwhile, a handful of other countries, including France, Germany, Norway, Sweden and the U.K., will receive the TV app by year’s end, said Apple’s, Eddy Cue.
If course, with its expansion outside the U.S., the TV app will need to expand its content sources, as well. Apple noted this briefly, showing a slide of the various non-U.S. services the TV app will soon support in the various geographic regions, like Molotov, CBC, FXNow Canada, Sky Ticket and several others. It’s adding the educational-focused streaming service Curiosity Stream, too.
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First of all, I say that if you are already making illusions, no, Spain is not included among these new countries of the first territorial expansion of the TV app for iOS. The new countries (coming later this month) are Canada, Australia, and these will be followed by France, Germany, Sweden, Norway, and the United Kingdom. An app that simplifies the way we watch TV and helps us discover new TV shows, and movies. As we tell you, the interesting thing about this app is to have unified all the services that include the Apple TV. We will see when it arrives in Spain.
Unfortunately, what the TV app lacks is access to some of the top streaming services, like Netflix. Instead, its focus, for the most part, is more on authenticating pay TV customers with those TV Everywhere-powered apps that allow you to watch TV on the go. (It does have Hulu, CBS All Access, Showtime, HBO NOW, plus a few others that aren’t the networks’ supported programs.)
However pay TV can be a industry – as cable cutting takes the grip, it’s seeing listing declines in readers. Even the TV app is catering to the trend by making matters easier for conventional TV audiences, instead of rendering it a lot easier for streaming service readers. Of note, Amazon Video is due to reach on Apple TV this calendar year, as asserted. It’s doubtful that it will make its way into the TV app, but Apple has not stated.