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DirecTV Stream box now supports Apple TV+ app, bringing an array of original shows, movies, and documentaries to its subscribers.

DirecTV Stream subscribers can now watch Apple TV+ original content like Ted Lasso, Severance, and CODA without needing to buy extra hardware. The Apple TV+ app is now available to install on the DirecTV Stream box, which also supports live TV, streaming apps, on-demand content, and DVR recordings. The DirecTV Stream box can be rented for $20 per month and includes a remote control with access to Google Assistant. Subscribers can also bundle the device with some premium plans.

The Apple TV+ app on the DirecTV Stream box will give users access to not only the iPhone maker’s original content but also its broader library of rentals and purchases for television series and movie rentals. It also includes in-app support for premium add-ons such as AMC+, Paramount+, and Starz. The app is widely available on other streaming devices such as PlayStation and Xbox gaming consoles, Roku, Fire TV, Google TV, and smart TVs from brands like Samsung and LG.

This move by DirecTV Stream makes it easier for its subscribers to access popular Apple TV+ shows without needing to buy additional hardware such as Apple TV. The Apple TV+ app’s availability on the DirecTV Stream box adds to its wide availability on various other streaming devices, making it more accessible to more users.

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