The first time a new smartphone or tablet was connected to the TV was a simple thing: Connect the cord to your TV and watch on the go.
But today, a lot of devices — including Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, and more — require the same setup to be seamless: Plugging in the cable and connecting to your device.
The problem is, there are no easy apps for that, and even if you had an app, it was never perfect.
Today, we’re announcing a new set of apps for watching live TV.
You can use the apps on your iOS or Android device to control your television and access all the features of your device — including all of the features you already have on your mobile device.
We know that this has been a long time coming.
The apps are available now on the Apple TV app store and the Amazon Fire app store, and they will be made available to the public in the coming weeks.
When you plug in your cable, the app will connect to your connected device and let you watch live TV from the web on your desktop or laptop.
You won’t need to install anything else, and the apps will work right out of the box.
You can use these apps on a Mac, Windows, or Linux computer, or even a smartphone.
We have a list of apps to get you started, including the Netflix app on iOS, Hulu on Android, and YouTube on iOS.
For the most part, the apps support everything you need to watch live television on your smartphone or laptop, and there’s no need to switch back to the old way of using the cable cord to watch.
You can also control your TV from your phone with the apps, with features like remote control, video remote, and video on demand.
If you’re not familiar with those features, you can watch them on your phone from your TV using the apps.
We also have a guide to using them on the web and the iOS App Store.
These apps are designed for the average user.
If there’s something you don’t like, you won’t have to go through the hassle of installing apps that require an iOS device.
If that’s something that interests you, we also have apps for iPhone, iPad, and Android.
And, if you’re just curious, you may want to check out our guide to the best TV tuners available for iPhone.
For the most common questions about these apps, check out the answers on the main FAQ page.
If you’re using a mobile device to watch, here’s how to set up an Apple TV remote.
If your TV’s remote doesn’t support a Bluetooth connection, there’s a way to do that.
If your TV doesn’t have a built-in tuner, you might want to try an Android remote, which we’re excited about.
The apps will automatically connect to the Apple and Amazon apps and automatically stream your TV content to your devices.
This is important because the app stores and app stores do not have a way of finding live TV shows on your device, so they don’t automatically recognize that you’re watching a live show.
We’re working on a solution for this.
To watch on your TV, just use the app on your Mac or Linux PC or smartphone, and then launch it in the Apple app store.
If it doesn’t recognize your device or you want to start it on your iPhone or iPad, click the Apple icon in the top right corner of the app and select “Settings.”
In the Apple Home screen, select “General,” then “System” and “Settings” to open the “General” menu.
If the app doesn’t open, you’ll have to sign in with an email or your Apple ID.
Then, launch the app, and you’ll see your Apple TV and your iOS device connected.
On the AppleTV app, click “Remote” and you should see your device’s remote button.
Select “Set as Remote,” then click “Add.”
You can set up your remote as simple as connecting it to the HDMI port on your tv.
You’ll also have to enter the device’s name and password when prompted.
The apps are optimized for watching Netflix and Hulu on your computer or iPhone, so you can set them to watch a specific program in your TV.
For a full list of the apps available on the app store or the app’s website, click here.
We hope you’ll like them, and we hope you use them for some good TV.
We’ve got a bunch of more apps in the works.
If this helps you, check back in a few weeks for the final app announcement.