YouTube has updated its experience on the Apple TV, bringing the full video catalog from the web to its software for the Apple media streamer. The app also now offers improved recommendations for signed in users, better search with predictive results, subscribe capabilities for channels and a new look that looks like a much better overall experience for discovery and navigation.
The revamped YouTube app’s predictive search might be the most useful if you’re using a traditional IR remote for input, and of course not having a limited catalog is way more useful overall for a consumption experience that mimics what you’re used to on other platforms.
Apple’s treatment of third-party software on the Apple TV means that updates aren’t as frequent as they are in the App Store on iPhone and iPad, but lately the company has been increasing the pace at which new content partners are added. Big changes…
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