As a major aspect of continuous build-up of Apple TV administrations, this week the company has incorporated programming data for VH1, MTV and Comedy Central into tvOS. This is an all inclusive pursuit, permitting clients to effortlessly surface all contents facilitated by those applications.
This new addition and compatibility was announced by Apple through the support system of the Apple TV website. It further announced that the service will soon be available to the 4th generation Apple TV users in the US.
The universal search option was initially presented along with Apple’s most recent set-top streamer a year ago. The framework binds into the Siri voice recognition feature of the Apple TV. This is designed to convey recorded results depending on text input as well as spoken search from any part in the tvOS UI. For instance, if you search for the Comedy Central show “Tosh.0” will give back an outcome page that will offer you all viewing facilities of services and apps, through which you can access the content.
Access the new feature
Universal search was only bound to only iTunes, Hulu, Netflix, HBO and Showtime. But the Apple corporation spread the customer support as the users increased. After the launch of fourth-generation Apple TV, third party developers too, have been gaining the access to special universal search through the application programming interfaces (API’s) that is offered by Apple.
PBS was the first party who took this feature in the month of January this year. They offer data for different versions of TV operating system PBS and PBS kids. Just before this very recent event, Apple corporation have done the integration by accumulating content from A&E, the Cooking Channel, Food Network, DIY, FYI, History, HGTV, Lifetime and the Travel channel in this June.