ABC iView, Australia’s most popular video on demand streaming service and one of the most highly requested apps to be on the new Apple TV, has finally arrived with ABC releasing an official App available on the Apple TVs App Store.
The service, which is both free to download and to use, brings an extensive range of titles and programming for all ages – both adults and children – from ABC 1, ABC 2, ABC 3, ABC Kids, News 24, ABC Arts, and catch up for all your favourite ABC shows. In addition, ABC will be bringing some iView exclusive titles throughout 2016 including: series 2 of the YouTube hit The Katering Show, edgy comedy DAFUQ?, Indigenous factual series Black As, and the curious entertainment series You Can’t Ask That.
“We’ve had strong audience demand for iView on the new Apple TV and have built an experience that makes it easier than ever to explore and watch the ABC’s distinct and diverse Australian stories on your TV.” – ABC Head of TV Strategy and Digital Products, Rebecca Heap
ABC has also announced a new discovery and ‘continue watching’ feature to the Apple TV app, which is a service allowing you to leave and come back, in order to continue watching where you left.
To use ABC iView and hundreds of other Apps from your TV you must have the new Apple TV (4th Generation), available from the Apple Online Store. Apple TV brings a new user interface, Siri remote, App Store and more. For more information on the new Apple TV head over to the Apple Online Store.
To download the ABC iView App simply search ABC iView from the Apple TV App Store.