Apple has added a notable new curation part to the Apple TV app at present. Selection reviews that the American Movie Institute’s AFI Film Membership alternatives can now be discovered immediately in Apple’s TV app.
Which means underneath the “Browse by Assortment” part within the Apple TV app on iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple TV, and different platforms, you’ll now see a brand new movie choose each day, in addition to choices to purchase or hire it, or watch it on a streaming service if doable.
The report explains:
With its addition to the Apple TV app, the AFI’s movies are listed underneath the “Browse by Assortment” menu and will likely be up to date day by day with the most recent alternatives. Tuesday’s choose: 1960’s “Spartacus,” starring Kirk Douglas, obtainable to buy for $14.99 or hire for $3.99. If a title is on the market to observe on a streaming service (like HBO Now, Hulu or Disney Plus), the Apple TV app will present you that choice as nicely.
The AFI Film Membership picks are made by company resembling Steven Spielberg, J.J. Abrams, Brad Pitt, Emma Roberts, Natalie Portman, and plenty of extra. The sequence is being pitched as “motion pictures to observe collectively whereas we’re aside.”
To search out the AFI Film Membership part of the Apple TV app, open the app on any of your units and scroll down till you see the “Browse by Assortment” header.
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