Recently, Google launched a new Chromecast with the new Google TV firmware (a logical continuation of Android TV). This set-top box at the official price tag ($50) offers you the one of the best device running Android TV today.
However, in spite of all the advantages, the company had something to work on, and the developers are still busy. Google will add Apple TV support to its firmware, an amazing news to its users.
A new post was posted on the official Google blog yesterday. Google’s head of media and entertainment, Jonathan Zepp, announced that support for the Apple TV app will come to Chromecast from Google TV early next year. In addition, Zepp hinted that in the future there will be full-size support for the Apple TV app on all Android TV devices.
If you’re a paid Apple TV+ subscriber, original Apple content will also be included in personalized recommendations and Google TV search results.
According to many specialized publications, adding support for Apple TV, Google has become, in fact, the ideal firmware for watching video content.
Google TV already has support for almost every video streaming app, including Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, HBO Max, Hulu, Peacock, and more.