Drone maker DJI this week announced the launch of a new Apple TV app, which is designed to allow users to watch aerial content and 4K videos captured from around the world using DJI drones.

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"We've made flying and capturing aerial footage easy with our drones, and now with the DJI Smart TV App, creators will have more ways to share their work with the world. This is really an opportunity for people to be inspired, intrigued, travel to places they would have never imagined and see the world in a whole new way," said Paul Pan, Senior Product Manager.

The app can be used both to watch drone footage and upload drone footage that can then be shared with other users. Content currently available is curated by DJI and is organized into various categories.

DJI's Apple TV app can be downloaded on the fourth-generation Apple TV through the tvOS App Store. It's also available on Samsung Tizen TV platforms.

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Top Rated Comments

macs4nw Avatar
94 months ago
A DJI drone is a drool-worthy toy.... ahem tool, high on my wish list.
Score: 7 Votes (Like | Disagree)
mmomega Avatar
94 months ago
Since they are saying they are sharing 4k videos, hopefully this points to an upcoming 4k AppleTV via WWDC.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Peel Avatar
94 months ago
Not much to this app. Just a collection of their tutorials, and demos (which are all available on their YouTube channel) plus a few (9 to be exact) curated videos under the "DJI Creators" tab which all seem to have been edited by DJI themselves, or at least branded with their splash screen and watermark.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
MalooNZ Avatar
94 months ago
Well it would show 4k if Apple had its **** together in that area.
Who would have thought Apple would be the last to jump on the 4k bandwagon?

Let's hope next gen Apple TV is 4k and is announced soon.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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