Apple’s streaming TV app is coming to ‘Nvidia Shield’ devices
Apple’s streaming TV application is coming to another stage today: Nvidia’s Shield. Safeguard proprietors can now get to Apple TV Plus, rent films through Apple’s store, and access subscriptions to premium channels like Showtime and Starz that were set up through Apple.
The greatest hook is at finally getting access to Apple TV Plus. Apple needs the streaming service to be open in however many places as could be expected under the circumstances to extend viewership. Also, watchers should have the option to get to the service on whatever device is snared to their TV, if Apple needs to ensure individuals use it and stay signed up.
Apple TV Plus is now available through a considerable lot of the most popular streaming devices. It’s offered through Roku and Fire TV streaming devices, available on recent PlayStations and Xboxes, and supported on numerous Vizio, Sony, Samsung, and LG TVs. The application went to Google’s most recent Chromecast in February, and it should extend to other Android TV devices — like the Shield — at some point after that. The service will support Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos on Shield devices.
The timing is good for Apple. Free trials for Apple TV are going to lapse for the service’s earliest users. What’s more, the second period of the service’s biggest (and essentially just) hit, Ted Lasso, makes a big appearance July 23rd. The more places Apple TV Plus can be gotten to, the better chances Apple has of getting some genuine paying subscribers.