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Apple launches Apple TV YouTube channel

Apple launches ‘Apple TV’ YouTube channel

In a bid to expand its presence in the competitive content streaming market, Apple has quietly launched the “Apple TV” channel on Google-owned content sharing platform YouTube. Apple’s channel on YouTube is dedicated to the iPhone-maker’s TV app, offering trailers, behind the scenes commentary, interviews, show clips and videos highlighting Apple’s own original content efforts,

Amazon Prime Video App

The Amazon Prime Video App is now available on Apple TV in over 100 countries

Amazon Prime Video App: Amazon today announced the Prime Video app is available on Apple TV 4K and previous generations of Apple TV in over 100 countries. Prime Video members now have even more ways to stream award-winning and critically-acclaimed titles including Amazon Original Movies, Prime Originals and Hollywood blockbusters and TV series and over

Apple adds PayPal support to its ecosystem

Apple adds PayPal support to its ecosystem

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Facebook adds Apple TV, Chromecast support to stream videos

New York: To give users even more ways to watch, Facebook has rolled out the ability to stream videos from the social network to your TV through devices like Apple TV or Google Chromecast. To watch a video from Facebook using your smartphone, press the TV symbol in the top right corner, then select the

Twitter may bring live NFL games to Apple TV

New York:  In a move to strengthen its live video streaming service, micro-blogging website Twitter is reportedly talking with Apple to bring National Football League (NFL) games live to Apple TV, media reported. This news led to a surge in Twitter stocks, giving hope to investors that such a deal can help Twitter come out