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Apple has major plans for your television and the big-screen shake-up is beginning today with the launch of the all-new Apple TV app.

Initially, the app will be available on Apple devices plus 2019 Samsung Electronics Co Ltd smart TVs and some 2018 models.

The redesigned Apple TV app now features a Channels tab, where users can find their favorite content from various networks and streaming services, as well as a curated section, where content will be surfaced on a per-user basis, depending on interests. If the Apple TV App isn't available in a country or region, the iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch will instead have the Videos app to watch movies and TV shows from the iTunes Store. They will also be able to access the entire library of content, including 4K HDR titles. A show's past seasons, for example, might be available on Hulu, Netflix Inc or iTunes, while current episodes require cable or purchase, leaving customers juggling multiple remotes.

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The Apple TV app would be made available for MacBook users later this year.

This includes popular services like Acorn and HBO. Apple said more channels would be added over time around the world. Apple notes that Apple TV will be the "first and only place" where HBO subscribers can download movies and shows such as the about-to-conclude Game of Thrones.

AirPlay 2 support for some Samsung smart TVs is also launching today.

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Hot on the heels of Apple's own release of updates to iOS and tvOS that include the company's new TV app, Samsung has announced that it too is launching the TV app today.

The revamped app can be downloaded via a free software update and allows users to subscribe to channels without having to create a new account and password. Eligible Vizio, LG and Sony smart TVs are getting AirPlay 2 and HomeKit support later this year.

The new app will also have a stronger focus on family-friendly content, and customers can enjoy a new, dedicated "Kids" section, highlighting editorially handpicked shows and movies for kids of all ages.

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