Streaming enthusiasts no longer just have to rely on the PlayStation Vue application to watch their programs.
The streaming TV provider of Sony has earned the distinct honor to be the first Internet TV service to be consolidated into the TV application of Apple.
With this benefit, subscribers will now be able to enjoy the advantages of viewing on-demand and live programming using the Apple TV application on iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV.
The new support involving Sony’s furtively expanding video service runs via the TV guide-like aggregator of the technology giant. This feature delivers videos from different service providers into one united platform.
To be able to access the shows which include live sports from regional and national channels and on-demand programs from cable networks, users will just have to log in to their PlayStation Vue account.
Apple’s TV application will then begin to pull in the programs. All of these contents will be displayed throughout the TV application. These include Watch Now which spotlights on-demand shows.
In addition, these viewable materials will be highlighted on Up Next which presents programs that the audience had already begun viewing.
It also enables them to resume or start the program again which they have stopped watching for a while.
Through its support of PlayStation Vue, cord cutters are getting more fascinated with Apple’s TV application. In the past, the application only supported the applications from individual content service providers.
Audiences’ experiences were not as convenient then. If they desired to watch shows from TV channels like AMC and CBS, they would have to download every individual application.
Then, they would need to sign in either with their pay-TV credentials or their password for the services. Afterward, Apple then gets the content from each of the service providers.
With the integration of PlayStation Vue, the Apple TV application finally encourages a live streaming bundle service.
With Sony apparently expanding the offerings of its Internet TV service lately, streaming enthusiasts can expect more programming.
They would enjoy the effortlessness of accessing these contents, thanks to the joint initiative of Apple and PlayStation Vue.