Apple TV has received firmware updates to all three of its products in recent weeks, and it’s clear that the company has a long road ahead to get them all working together in the same place.
The most recent update to Apple TV firmware adds support for third-party apps like Netflix, HBO Go, Hulu Plus, and a number of other streaming services.
In addition, the software allows third-parties to add custom apps to the Apple TV remote, such as a music player and an app that allows you to control your car.
Apple TV 4.5 and 4.6 introduced a feature called the Siri Remote, which lets users control Apple TV through a smartphone app or other device.
That functionality has also been added to the Siri TV app.
Apple also recently added support for the latest version of Chromecast.
Chromecast support has been rolled out to iOS devices in recent months, but there’s been a lack of support for Android devices.
There’s also a separate app for Android TV that allows users to control their Apple TV with a Chromecast connected to their phone.
If you have any questions about Apple TV or the iOS App Store, the best place to ask them is on the Apple support forum.