Apple would be planning to improve your TV application with an auto-subscription service

Bloomberg has filed a report with details on how Apple will seek to improve its TV application on iOS and Apple TV to add subscribers. According to the article, Apple would be planning to offer subscription video services directly from within the application next year.


In this way Apple could connect various parts of their platforms and encourage users to subscribe through Apple. Apple already receives profits from the subscription of video services of third parties when users subscribe through the applications downloaded from the App Store.

Apple does not offer a place to subscribe to video services, but in your TV application that offers content from various providers of movies and TV shows. Apple may also in the future to have streaming in your own application, instead of sending users to third parties.

Currently, the TV application includes content from Hulu, HBO Now, Crunchyroll and applications of video-on-demand for channels, including ESPN, but Netflix is kept on the sidelines without be really integrated. If Apple offers the possibility to subscribe to services via the TV application, perhaps Netflix would allow the user interface of Apple out a catalogue of his library of videos.


Apple also has its own library of videos in development, with TV shows in production. Has not yet announced how it will sell this content when you are ready, but it is likely to be offered an Apple subscription Video.

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Apple would be planning to improve your TV application with an auto-subscription service
Source: english  
May 12, 2018


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