Amazon announced that the Apple TV app is now available for Amazon Fire TV users around the world. Amazon Fire TV users in over 60 countries can now download and enjoy the Apple TV, the company announces. Commenting on the partnership Amazon says in an official press release, “For the first time ever, users can watch the movies, TV shows and channels they purchase from Apple on their Fire TV.”
Starting November 1 Fire TV users will be able to subscribers to the Apple TV app and watch all the original shows and movies available on the video streaming application. Notably, the Apple TV+ video streaming service will be available for all November 1 onwards. Interestingly, Fire TV users will be able to use all the services available for Apple TV users. In other words, beginning November 1, Amazon Fire TV users will be able to watch Apple‘s new exclusive TV shows and also purchase and rent movies and shows from the existing iTunes library.
Amazon says, “The Apple TV app is the home of Apple TV+, which will feature a highly anticipated lineup of original shows, movies, and documentaries, including “The Morning Show,” “Dickinson,” “See,” “For All Mankind” and “The Elephant Queen.”
The Apple TV app is already available for Fire TV Stick (2nd Gen) and Fire TV Stick 4K, in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, and India. Amazon has confirmed that Fire TV Basic Edition customers in more than 50 countries will also be able to start using the app today including Australia, Austria, New Zealand, Brazil, Ireland, Mexico, and many more, Amazon has confirmed.