Are you curious about what the most popular apps are on the new Apple TV? Previously, to take a look at all of the Top Chart information, you would have to actually use the streaming device. But that’s no longer the case.
App Annie has just added all the Apple TV top free, paid, and highest grossing apps to its site. You can access all of the chart information here.
You can take a look at the charts from a number of different countries and all eight different categories on the tvOS App Store – education, entertainment, games. health and fitness, kids, lifestyle, news, and sports.
In a blog post announcing the news, the company’s Ross Rubin took an extensive dive into the chart numbers finding that games and entertainment apps are definitely thriving so far.
It is unreasonable to think that all new platforms will yield the diversity of apps of that we’ve seen on the generalist smartphone and tablet. TVs have proven particularly challenging. However, while Games and Entertainment have captured a majority of the Apple TV free catalog, the path for the tvOS app mix blends flexibility and focus. That a third of the top 100 free apps by downloads in the US represent emerging TV app categories provides early justification for Apple TV’s platform transformation.
And speaking of the Apple TV, we definitely want to recommend an app to try out on the new platform – NowGAMING from AppAdvice.
Our team of writers, videographers, and producers are here to help you keep up with everything about the new Apple TV. Our team produces high quality videos every day to make sure you know how to take full advantage of this new platform.
Along with original videos, you can find tailored advice and recommendations and Let’s Play videos from our staff.
You can download NowGAMING on your Apple TV now. Just head to the App Store and then search for “NowGAMING.”
For other app news today, see: You can now create Skype meetings right from Microsoft Outlook for iOS, SoundHound updated with 3D Touch support and YouTube playback integration, and Interactive fiction gets done right in Lifeline, now free.