VIZIO SmartCast TVs get the Apple TV app, free three months of Apple TV+
What you need to know
- VIZIO today announced that owners of 2016 and newer SmartCast TVs can now enjoy the Apple TV app.
- The app will be available to users in the United States and Canada.
- Users can also take advantage of a three-month Apple TV+ free trial as well.
VIZIO today announced that it owners of 2016 and newer SmartCast TVs can now install the Apple TV app for the first time. The app's available to everyone in the United States and Canada, the press release notes.
The addition of the Apple TV app will give VIZIO users the chance to watch TV shows and movies from their iTunes libraries as well as rentals. And then, of course, there's Apple TV+.
On the topic of Apple's streaming service, VIZIO is also offering people a free three-month Apple TV+ trial as part of this new announcement. Users can sign up for the free three months right now.
You can find out more about VIZIO at the company's LinkedIn page (opens in new tab).
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