Last year, when the Apple TV app along with the AppleTV+ subscription went live, people on a PC/iPhone/iPad or Mac could easily experience the new shows that were showcased.
However, for people who wanted to experience it on TV, it wasn’t as easy. Earlier, only a handful of TVs could experience the shows since it was rolled out for specific TV operating systems, apart from its Apple TV box. Initially, it was only available on FireTV OS, and some smartTV app stores like the ones on LG’s webOS, Samsung, Sony and Vizio.
Now, the app has also been launched on SmartTVs running AndroidTV OS (version 8 and above). This is by far the most popular one out there which is powering all of Xiaomi’s MiTVs as well as OnePlus TVs, along with other affordable TVs in the market. I tried on my Mi TV 4X 50-inch model and it installed without any issues.
Apple TV+ Subscription
In case you’re interested in watching Apple Original content, you’ll need an AppleTV+ subscription. As of now, the subscription is for Rs 99 a month with the first month completely free.
You can also get an Apple One Subscription which would include AppleTV, Apple Music, Apple Arcade and 50GB of iCloud for as low as Rs 195 per month.
Installing Apple TV on Android
The app is now readily available on the Play Store. All you need to do is head to the store and search for Apple TV. After finding the app, install it on your smart TV….Read more>>