As first reported by MacRumors, Apple on Tuesday added AMC and The Hallmark Channel to its growing list of video apps supporting tvOS’s universal search function, which lets owners of the fourth-generation Apple TV in the U.S. use Siri voice search to find TV shows and movies across participating channels.
Other video apps have gained support for tvOS’s universal search feature this fall, including Australian streaming service Stan, popular Spanish network Telemundo Now, The CW, Viacom-owned Comedy Central, and music networks MTV and VH1.
The following third-party content providers are currently supported by the tvOS universal search feature on the fourth-generation Apple TV:
- United States: Movies and TV shows in iTunes, A&E, ABC, AMC, Bravo, CBS, Comedy Central, Cooking Channel, CW Seed, Disney Channel, Disney Jr, Disney XD, DIY, E!, Food Network, FOXNOW, FXNOW, FYI, Hallmark Channel, HBO GO, HBO NOW, HGTV, History, Hulu, Lifetime, MTV, MUBI, Nat Geo TV, NBC, Netflix, PBS, PBS Kids, SHOWTIME, SHOWTIME Anytime, Starz, Syfy, Telemundo, The CW, Travel Channel, USA and VH1.
- Australia: Movies and TV Shows in iTunes, ABC iview, Hopster, MUBI, Netflix, Plus7 and Stan.
- Canada and United Kingdom: Movies and TV shows in iTunes, Hopster, MUBI and Netlix
- France and Germany: Movies and TV shows in iTunes, Netflix
- Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, Spain and Sweden: Movies in iTunes, Netflix
- Other countries: Movies in iTunes
The current list of tvOS’s universal search providers is on Apple’s website.