What is Apple TV Channels?

Apple TV Channels are services that are available in the TV app from Apple on various devices.

You can unblock US Apple TV Channels with playmoTV DNS.

I wanna access Apple TV Channels now! What do I need to do?

If you’re a playmoTV DNS user you can access Apple TV Channels outside the US (as a matter of fact anywhere in the world), as long as you configure your device to use our DNS servers, and your location is authenticated by our system.

If you’re not a playmoTV DNS user then you need to do the following (existing users linked to our service can go to step 3):

  1. Sign up for a playmoTV DNS account (takes less than a minute if you sign up via Facebook or Google)
  2. Link your computer or device to the playmoTV gateway so we can help you access Apple TV Channels.
  3. Sign up for the Apple TV Channel you wish to use inside the TV app. This only works for US Apple accounts.

Does playmoTV DNS come with an Apple account?

No, playmoTV DNS only helps you unblock access to Apple TV Channels. We assume that you either have a US Apple account, or you will sign up for one after you sign up for playmoTV.

How much do Apple TV Channels cost?

It varies based on what channel you choose. Almost all the channels offer a free trial, usually 7-days. Here’s a list of the price of some popular channels:

  • Acorn TV ($5.99/month)
  • AMC+ ($8.99/month)
  • Britbox ($6.99/month)
  • Paramount+ ($9.99/month)
  • Showtime ($10.99/month)
  • Shudder ($5.99/month)
  • Starz ($8.99/month)

You can find these Apple TV channels by opening the TV app on your iOS device, Apple TV or Mac running a recent version og macOS. Then scroll down and look for the “Apple TV Channels” section. Then browse through that section and subscribe to the service you want.

 

What content is on Apple TV Channels?

Apple TV Channels is kind of like a candy store for streaming enthusiast, as you can subscribe to a variety of services within the same app.

Supported devices for Apple TV Channels

We support Apple TV Channels on the following devices:

  • Apple TV (4th gen and newer)
  • iPhone and iPad
  • Mac
  • Smart TVs and devices that have the Apple TV app.
  • Roku
  • Amazon Fire TV

Website: tv.apple.com/room/explore-channels-on-apple-tv [links to the TV app]