Learn how to co-watch the WWDC 2022 keynote and session videos together with friends and colleagues, with everyone's playback kept in sync.
With SharePlay in Hulu for iOS, iPhone and iPad users can now finally co-watch Hulu movies and shows on FaceTime with shared playback controls and other perks.
SharePlay, features baked into platforms like iOS and macOS, allow users to jump into shared experiences, like watching movies and TV shows together. It supports first-party apps like Apple TV, of course, but the good news is it also supports third-party content, too. And now one more option has joined the list.
You and your friends can now co-watch Disney+ with SharePlay via FaceTime on iPhone, iPad and Apple TV across the entire catalog of content.
Check out this list of iPhone, iPad, Apple TV and Mac apps updated with support for SharePlay, a feature that facilitates shared app and media experiences on FaceTime.
SharePlay for Mac will launch as part of a macOS Monterey update scheduled to launch publicly with a tentative "later-this-year" release date, Apple has acknowledged today.
SharePlay, a new feature in iOS 15 that permits apps to bring user experiences right into FaceTime, is creatively supported in the video-sharing app TikTok which presents the user with a new page titled "For Us" when using the feature during a video call.
Apple has announced that its Fitness+ subscription service now supports working out or meditating together with people in other locations via the SharePlay feature.
It has been in the works for weeks now, but the wait is finally over. Along with the public release of macOS Monterey 12, Apple has also released the next big updates for iOS 15 and iPadOS 15. Now, users with eligible devices at their disposal can download and install iOS 15.1 and iPadOS 15.1 for free.
The leading music service Spotify has officially kicked off work on support for Apple's upcoming SharePlay feature in its mobile app for iPhone and iPad.
SharePlay, which allows for some pretty great screen sharing options, was first unveiled when Apple debuted iOS 15 earlier this year. However, Apple eventually decided to hold back the feature from the wide launch of the mobile operating system's major update. So while SharePlay isn't available right now, it is still coming.
When Apple unveiled iOS 15 and the other major software updates coming to its popular platforms, one of the many new features coupled with the new software is called SharePlay. With this feature, users will be able to quickly and easily share their screens while using apps like FaceTime. It's a handy feature, and the expectation was that it would be available at launch. However, that won't be the case after all.