Apple TV + won’t enter Google Play yet
First of all, please make sure that Android mobile phones will not be able to access the app yet. Apple TV. Whether it’s Samsung, Huawei, Xiaomi, or the Google Pixel itself. For now, the Cupertino-based firm has no plans to launch its app for the rival iOS operating system, which might be understandable to some extent, but not at a time when compatibility is expanding. We will have to wait a few more months to see if a step forward is taken in this regard.
If it comes to Chromecast and Android TV
Google itself has confirmed in recent hours that “Early 2021” Appendix Apple will be available on the aforementioned computers. He didn’t elaborate on the dates, so we understand that they don’t want to be tied to a specific day. It is true that even March could still be considered the beginning of the year, but it would be strange if this announcement was made so well in advance. There are those who suggest this will be in January, so we’ll be careful to confirm this when it’s official.
On a visual level, we don’t know the exact details of the app on Google devices, be it Chromecast or Android TV, but we can intuitively guess that there won’t be much difference from what is seen on other devices. Apple usually provides similar applications on its own devices or devices from other manufacturers. More confusion will ultimately be caused by the fact that the service Apple TV + is integrated into this application, not distinguishing it from paid content in the form of films, but this is something that we had to get used to on other platforms. …
The nomenclature used by the company is ultimately confusing and is that Apple TV can refer to the physical device itself, which connects to the TV and offers games and applications, as well as the application that integrates Apple TV + and the aforementioned payment content. This may change in the future to make work less messy. In any case, we are delighted that loyal fans of the proposed content will soon be able to use it on other devices.