Cartoon Network Implements Support for Apple's TV App, Single Sign-On and Universal Search

Cartoon Network today announced that it has implemented support for several of Apple's recently introduced television features on the Apple TV and iOS devices, including the TV app, Single sign-on, and universal search.

Through the TV app installed on Apple iOS devices in the United States, Cartoon Network content is now displayed alongside content from other apps that have added TV app support. Cartoon Network shows are now available in the "Up Next" and "Recommended" sections of the TV app.

With Single sign-on, Cartoon Network app users with supported Single sign-on cable providers will no longer need to sign into the Cartoon Network app with their cable credentials on the Apple TV and iOS devices as signing in will be automatic.

When using Siri on the Apple TV to ask about content, Cartoon Network app content will now be displayed alongside other results thanks to universal search support.

The Cartoon Network is a popular channel that offers shows like Adventure Time, Steven Universe, The Amazing World of Gumball, Regular Show, and The Powerpuff Girls. While the app offers some free content, cable authentication is required to access all of what the app has to offer.

Cartoon Network can be downloaded from the App Store for free. [Direct Link]

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1 week ago
Wooo Hooo!!!! Errrr....um....I mean. That's good...for my kids. Totally for my kids. Yeah.
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If DirecTV Now worked with SSO that would be great.
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Is the app still garbage? All I want is a live stream... or at least ditch the strange overelaborate intro every single time I launch the app.
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All that's needed is an Adult Swim apple tv app now.
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