Vevo today announced that it has brought its popular music video streaming service to the new Apple TV in a tailor-made native tvOS experience. Available to download right now, Vevo says that the app will act as "an extension of the company’s product-driven strategy to deliver the best cross-platform music video and entertainment experience."

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“Artists and audiences deserve great music video experiences, whether on mobile devices or connected TVs,” said Erik Huggers, CEO, Vevo. “The launch of our new Apple TV app represents an important milestone for Vevo. We continue to invest in what we believe is the premium platform for music videos and related original content.”

Customized for the living room setting of the Apple TV, Vevo's app will let users seamlessly sync their music video favorites and playlists between the company's other applications, browse current trending videos, and specify searches through the service's back catalogue of genres and artists. The Spotlight section will let Vevo users stream a personally curated selection of videos on autoplay as a method of discovery for potentially finding new favorite songs.

Those interested can download the new Vevo Apple TV app on the tvOS app store beginning today. The company also has an app for iOS devices. [Direct Link]

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Top Rated Comments

pgiguere1 Avatar
105 months ago
This article reads like there wasn't a Vevo tvOS app already.

This is just an update for the existing app right? No need to re-download anything?
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tonyr6 Avatar
105 months ago
I don't like Vevo anymore. I can't get it to play old videos just the new crap from today.
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2457282 Avatar
105 months ago
Is that the beiber on the left? Why does he look like the girl on the right?;):p:D:eek:
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machpost Avatar
105 months ago
There was already a tvOS app that worked perfectly fine. I'm guessing that they've messed it up with this update, like they did with the iOS app.
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ayale99 Avatar
105 months ago
I don't like Vevo anymore. I can't get it to play old videos just the new crap from today.
Exactly. I want an "old" style MTV playlist to run classic music videos from the golden age of music video watching. Vevo only plays new stuff.
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