Apple is launching the Apple TV app on Android soon

Apple is gradually expanding its range of services. According to the latest, the company is making its own Apple TV app available for Android smartphones. The company is testing the app internally and plans to release it in the near future.

Apple has expected to launch its TV app for Android smartphones soon

According to a Twitter user shrimpApple is working on a TV app for Android smartphones that is expected to be launched soon. The leaker accurately predicted the Dynamic Island design on the iPhone 14 Pro and the phone case. If Apple releases a content streaming app on Android, it will provide users with an easy way to access Apple TV+ content.

Currently, Android users have to make use of tv.apple.com on the web to consume content. Other than that, the Apple TV app is also available on Android TV streaming devices along with Chromecast with Google TV. If the news has any weight, it will allow Apple to gain new subscribers to the service and increase its market share.

Apple TV app for Android

The app is also available on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X, Amazon Fire TV sticks, Roku, and smart TVs from Sony, Samsung, and Vizio. If you own one of these devices, you’ll be able to stream Apple TV+ content by purchasing or renting movies and TV shows from the iTunes Store.

As mentioned earlier, there is no word on when Apple will release the TV app on Android. Moreover, take the news very carefully because the last word rests with Apple. We will share more details about it as soon as more information becomes available. Want to watch the app for Android? Share your opinions in the comments below.

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