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4 new TV apps added on Apple TV

12 Dec 2013 | Rasmus Larsen |

Apple continues to expand the app catalogue of the Apple TV box. The latest update includes four new apps; Bloomberg, Crackle, WatchABC, and KORTV.

4 new TV apps added on Apple TV

The Apple TV box is still without a TV App Store, but new apps are continuously added with over-the-air updates. Four new apps have just been released.

Bloomberg provides financial news on the TV screen, including live video and a searchable archive, for free. The new WatchABC app allows existing ABC subscribers to watch popular TV shows.

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A service called Crackle (from Sony) offers access to a library of movies and TV shows as well as anime content for free. Crackle uses a rotation library to regularly remove and add new content. Seinfeld is available to watch at the moment.

The last addition is KORTV, which offers Korean content, including news, shows, and movies. KORTV has a free-to-watch layer, but also offers premium channels through monthly subscriptions.



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