Apple TV+ Website Gains Up Next Queue

Apple has updated its dedicated Apple TV+ website with an Up Next queue for shows, making it easier to keep track of and watch Apple TV+ content on the web.

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The Up Next queue is a new addition to the Apple TV+ website, introduced earlier this week, according to 9to5Mac. Prior to now, the Apple TV+ website had an option for adding a show to the Up Next queue, but the Up Next queue did not actually display on the website.

Viewing the Up Next queue on the Apple TV+ website requires logging in to an Apple ID with an Apple TV+ subscription on a web browser like Chrome or Safari. Mac, iPhone, and iPad users can instead use the dedicated Apple TV app, as can those who have compatible consoles, smart TVs, and set-top boxes with the TV app, but the website's Up Next queue is handy for tracking viewing on platforms without the TV app.

Windows users and Android users who are also Apple TV+ subscribers will now be able to manage the shows that they watch right through the web browser.

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Top Rated Comments

bradman83 Avatar
30 months ago
Given Apple's outage record for its online services the past few days the large advertisement for "We Crashed" on the TV+ homepage is a bit ironic.
Score: 11 Votes (Like | Disagree)
tomtad Avatar
30 months ago
And we think you’re gonna love it
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
arlomedia Avatar
30 months ago
I'm still amazed that tv.apple.com doesn't have a search function. If the show you want to watch isn't featured on the home page, you have to use Google to get to it. Shows that I'm currently watching don't automatically appear on the home page, but I can get to them from the browser history. It seems like another example of Apple going too far with a streamlined design -- like a computer with no ports.
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Canyda Avatar
30 months ago

I didn’t even know you could watch Apple TV+ shows through a web portal.
I'm not nearly as critical as Apple TV+ as a lot of folks are, but the website version has been pretty bare bones compared to the Netflix's and Prime's of the world. So even adding this is a huge step forward.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
4jasontv Avatar
30 months ago
Up Next is the solution to multiple streaming services. It’s so important to how we consume movies and shows that services that don’t support it are quickly forgotten and canceled.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
fbglima Avatar
30 months ago
A Chrome screenshot?! ?
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)