Apple TV Adds Vevo, Disney, Weather And Smithsonian Channel Apps

Posted: Aug 27 2013, 10:36am CDT | by , in Apple


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Apple TV Adds Vevo, Disney, Weather and Smithsonian Channel Apps

Apple TV is now supporting Vevo Music Video app that allows its users to access library of 75,000 music videos. Along with Vevo, many other content apps are added for Apple TV users including Disney Channel, Disney XD, Weather Channel, and Smithsonian Channel.

Apple TV has finally updated to add support for many new content apps along with much awaited Vevo Music Video app. Vevo app will allow Apple TV users to access its library of more than 75,000 music videos. Apple TV users can also watch any video via on-demand feature or can perform a particular search for anything in mind.

Other new apps include 2 from Apple's close partner Disney. The apps of Disney Channel and Disney XD will give users live and on-demand access via its authentic providers include AT&T U-verse, Charter, Comcast, Cox, Midcontinent Communications, Optimum, and Verizon FiOS.

A dedicated Weather Channel app is also added to give users access to the channel's shows and featured stories. This app will also update users with current weather conditions and forecasts of different locations. On the other hand, Smithsonian Channel app will give Apple TV users on-demand streaming access to its full episodes.

Apple has already added SkyNews, ESPN, and HBO Go support for its TV users earlier this year. A collaboration with Time Warner Cable is in works to launch a dedicated TWC Apple TV app later this year.

Source: 9to5Mac, MacRumors

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