Twitter users who correctly leaked the iPhone 14 Pro’s Dynamic Island physical design and packaging claim that Apple plans to make its TV app available for download on Android devices. The source of the leak asserts that Apple is conducting internal testing of the application and plans to release it in the near future; however, no specific date was offered.
Apple Music is rumored to be getting an update for Android, which will likely appeal to those who have grown tired of Spotify and YouTube Music. Nevertheless, except for these arrival notices, there is no additional information available.
Apple TV might finally be coming to Android
At this time, it is not possible to stream material from Apple TV+ on an Android smartphone. Within Google’s ecosystem, this functionality is restricted to Android TV/Google TV-enabled TVs, streaming boxes, and dongles. Even though Android smartphones and tablets are available for purchase, the Apple TV website does not list them as supported devices.
The Apple TV app may also be used on the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X, Roku and Amazon Fire TV streaming sticks, Roku TVs, and some smart TVs manufactured by LG, Samsung, Sony, and Vizio. Through the use of this software, you will have the ability to watch Apple TV+, as well as buy or rent movies and television series from the iTunes Store.
This accusation was given more weight when it was discovered that an application had been seen on Android TV devices in the summer of 2021. Apple is hardly a newcomer to the Play Store; in addition to an app called Move to iOS, which helps users transition from Android to iOS, the company enables users of Apple Music to listen to their entire catalog on the Google Play platform.