The app is currently being tested internally
After launching the Apple TV app for Android TV devices last year, Apple is now preparing to bring the app to Android phones. The company is allegedly internally testing an Android app, and it may reach Android users soon.
Although Apple has not made an official announcement, the reliable ShrimpApplePro claims that the Apple TV app for Android phones is currently in beta testing. They have also revealed that Apple is also working on updating the Apple Music app for Android, but we don’t have any information about upcoming changes to the music streaming app.
The official Apple TV app for Android phones will greatly simplify how users access content from Apple TV+ on their smartphones. Currently, users have to access the service through web browsers like Chrome and Firefox on their Android devices. While this workaround is great for watching an episode of your favorite TV show in a flash, it’s not ideal. That’s because the web version doesn’t allow users to download shows for offline viewing, and it doesn’t sync settings with the Apple TV app on other devices.
If you don’t mind these restrictions, you can access Apple TV on your Android phone by heading to the Apple TV website on Chrome or Firefox and signing in with your Apple ID. Note that you will have to purchase a subscription, which will set you back $6.99 per month. Fortunately, Apple offers a 7-day free trial to help you evaluate the content available on the service before parting with your hard-earned cash.
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