50 percent of American households now subscribe to some sort of video-on-demand, but finding out what’s available through multiple services remains a giant pain in the ass. Fortunately, a long-rumored Apple TV update aims to solve this by creating a centralized guide between apps. Show More Summary
New "watch list" app will recommend programs to viewers based on their history of viewing on Apple TV, USA Today reports.
Add one more thing to our list of anticipated announcements during Apple's launch event tomorrow: a new "guide" for Apple TV. First reported by Recode in August, now sources tell it and USA Today that an app built to help people discover TV shows from multiple services at once will be revealed. Source: USA Today, Recode
Apple may have more than new Macs in store for it’s “Hello again” event on Thursday. Rumor has it the company has a new plan for Apple TV that will make it easier to find stuff to watch. It will come in the form of an Apple TV app code-named the Watch List, which will recommend content it thinks you’ll like based on the shows you’ve already watched. Show More Summary
Apple may have more up its sleeve than a new MacBook or two at Thursday's "hello again" event, if a new report is accurate.
Apple plans to unveil a new way to discover what to watch on TV at its event tomorrow. The new recommendation service will come in the form of an app, according to a new report that claims it will also help networks by giving them a place to promote new show. “Described to network executives […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
One of the things Apple reportedly plans to showcase at its Oct. 27 event is a new app that will let people find new shows based on what they watch on an Apple TV.
An Apple TV app set to be announced Thursday will help users find new shows based on what they already like, USA Today reports. Sources said the app has been referred to as “the Watch List” in discussions with network executives, and it will recommend shows based on what viewers are accessing with their Apple TV. Show More Summary
This week, Apple will announce a new Apple TV feature that allows people to discover new TV shows from a single app, USA Today reports. This feature, reportedly known internally as “the Watch List,” will "recommend shows based on the...Show More Summary
Although the Apple event scheduled for tomorrow has been colloquially labelled as a ‘new Mac’ unveiling, it appears Apple will be talking about some other things as well. USA Today is reporting that Apple is preparing to unveil a new app for Apple TV, which will give users personalised TV shows recommendations. Show More Summary
Apple plans to announce a new app that will help viewers discover TV shows at its "Hello Again" media event tomorrow, according to Dawn Chmielewski for USA Today. The app, dubbed "The Watch List" internally but expected to have a different...Show More Summary
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YG has released his new single, “One Time Comin’.” The below single artwork features the words, “In loving memory of the victims of police brutality.” Listen to it below on Apple Music via MissInfo.tv. The new track is the Compton rapper’s...Show More Summary
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Watching television is still a dreadful experience, according to Apple’s senior VP of internet software and services, Eddy Cue. The Apple exec sat down for a joint interview with HBO CEO Richard Pleple at Vanity Fair’s New Establishment Summit in San Francisco today. Show More Summary
On Thursday Apple's senior VP of Internet Software and Services, Eddy Cue, sat down for a three-way discussion at Vanity Fair's New Establishment Summit in San Francisco, where he spoke at length about the current state of TV and where Apple sees things going.
Apple iTunes chief Eddy Cue today sat down with HBO CEO Richard Plepler for a joint interview during Vanity Fair's New Establishment Summit in San Francisco, where both spoke passionately about the television industry, the partnership...Show More Summary
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