Apple could be bringing its Apple TV+ app to Android phones


Usually, phone brands would integrate their own exclusive apps on their operating systems. Apple is one fine example of this and according to Bloomberg, it is reported that the Apple TV+ app may be making its way to Android phones.

In case you didn't know, the Apple TV+ app is available on most Android TVs but not Android phones, obviously. Another way for non-Apple product users to watch Apple TV+ shows is on their web browsers but lacking a few features. That said, there is also a desktop app version of Apple TV+.

For starters, the app allows downloading movies and shows offline, as well as buying and renting them on the platform. While there's no confirmation from Apple, it is going to happen eventually since the Apple Music app has already been available on Android since 2015.

Aside from Android phones, Apple has expanded its Apple TV+ app to several third-party platforms. This includes the PlayStation, Xbox, Roku, Amazon Fire Stick, Xfinity cable boxes and other non-Apple devices. The aforementioned Apple TV+ desktop app version was released on Windows just last year.