Amazon Prime Video for Apple TV is now avaialble with a refreshed interface, making the software look and behave more like other streaming services.
Apple TV+ debuted at $4.99 per month, and, for what it's worth, the company hasn't changed the price for the video streaming service. But, that doesn't mean the price points remain the same for the primary competitors out there in the wild, unfortunately. And, sure enough, another price hike is in the works for a pair of popular options.
The scheduled “Friday Night Baseball” games are free to stream on Apple TV+ on any device with the iPhone maker's TV app, with no need for a subscription.
Another month, another batch of new movies and TV shows being added to the mix for Apple TV+. Below, you'll find a quick list of what's coming to Apple TV+ starting in the month of August.
Way back in 2018, it was reported that the Peanuts gang would be finding a new home on Apple TV+. It was a great way for Apple's fledgling streaming service to snatch up some family-friendly content right out of the gate. And, ever since then, we've seen both classic and original content land on the service. And now there's even more coming.
The Disney+ app has picked up support for Dolby Atmos-powered spatial audio on the Apple TV 4K and HomePod when streaming shows in the app.
Physical, the series on Apple TV+ starring Rose Byrne, is one of the more popular shows on the streaming service. We bring it up because it's what's considered a "dark comedy", getting folks to laugh at things that they might not normally. And if you happen to be a fan of good ol' gallows humor, then Apple might have another option for you to check out in the near future called Bad Sisters.
See has become one of the staples for Apple TV+ to this point, being one of the best series available on the streaming service. It might not be for everyone, but the sci-fi apocalyptic tale about humans who have lost the ability to see, but still strive to live in a brutal world, is pretty great. Plus, the action is fantastic.
Following a change in Apple's policy for reader apps, Netflix has now added an external subscription button to its iPhone and iPad software.
Netflix is testing password sharing in a few countries that will require users to “buy” additional homes at $3 each per month, per home.
For any Apple TV+ subscribers out there looking for another family-friendly series to jump into, Surfside Girls may just the ticket. The upcoming series is set to premiere in August, and, with it, bring some good old-fashioned treasure hunting to the streaming platform.
All “Friday Night Baseball” games in August are free on Apple TV+, with game assignments for broadcasters to be announced every week.