“Apple CEO Tim Cook spent less than two minutes talking about Apple TV during the company’s WWDC keynote this week, but that was enough time for two revelations: First, Apple’s TV guide app now pulls in movies and shows from more than 50 streaming video sources,” Jared Newman writes for TechHive. “Second, Amazon Prime will become one of those sources when Amazon launches an Apple TV app later this year.”

“The TV app worked with 37 content sources at launch, and the list has grown by about 15 apps since,” Newman writes. “All of which makes the absence of Netflix ever more conspicuous. Although Netflix offers an Apple TV app, it doesn’t support Apple’s TV app.”

Newman writes, “Without the most popular subscription streaming service, Apple’s ambitious plan for a unified TV guide doesn’t feel complete.”

Read more in the full article here.

MacDailyNews Take: Apple TV app has a long way to go before it fulfills Tim Cook’s laughably hyperbolic 2016 claim, “”“And now, with the TV app, there’s really no reason to watch TV anywhere else.”

But, we are happy we’ll be getting Amazon’s The Grand Tour on our Apple TVs (well, when there are 4K Apple TVs that can properly play it).

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