Twitch finally releases Apple TV app as public beta
It's been easy to find official Twitch apps for consoles, mobile devices and a handful of media hubs, but Apple TV owners haven't had any such luck -- you've had to turn to third-party apps that don't quite match the experience you find elsewhere. There's a native app at last, though. Twitch has released a public beta version of its Apple TV app through Apple's TestFlight program, letting you tune into your favorite livestreamers from tvOS-based devices.
It’s been a good day if you have an Apple TV —, and now, as well (via ). Before today, you had to rely on third-party apps like Twitchy if you wanted to watch Twitch on your Apple TV.
It looks a lot like browsing Twitch, but on a bigger screen. There’s a “Home” tab that shows games and channels you follow, as well as a “Browse” tab that has the classic grid of game and section icons organized by viewer count.
Watching a stream also appears to look a lot like watching a stream in a browser — it seems you can even chat. Typing quickly on the Apple TV’s cramped remote might be challenging, but hopefully you’ll be able toand drop some pogs in the chat.
Watching Twitch on TV isn’t exactly novel — you could already use an Amazon Fire TV device, an Xbox One, a PlayStation 4, or even just a computer hooked up to your TV to do so. But if the Apple TV is your main streaming box, the official Twitch app seems like it could be a more convenient option.
Horror jobs at Apple: Austrian brings insider report
For three years, Daniela Kickl has worked in the European headquarters of Apple. Now she raises serious allegations against the technology company.
"I felt as if machines had already taken over the power over us humans," so a quote from the book, "Apple internally - three years in the Europe headquarters of the technology multi". The Viennese computer scientist Daniela Kickl worked at the European Apple headquarters in Cork, Ireland, and recorded her experiences in book form. In it she raises serious allegations against the technology company.
The experiences described here are a long way from Apple's immaculate design world. "Employees have to function, regulate, monitor, and reduce to numbers, as in chicken farms." "Goals not achieved have consequences such as sick leave, and even the loo time is set at eight minutes a day," the announcement said Book. Massive demotivation, numerous burnouts and even suicides are the consequences.
To address these abuses, she turned, in their own words, in vain to Apple CEO Tim Cook and other senior Apple managers. Since this did not bring the desired success, she decided to write a book about her experience at Apple. The book titled "Apple Intern - Three Years at the European Headquarters of the Technology Cultures" will be released on March 18 at edition a.To Person
Daniela Kickl has worked in various IT jobs and has a degree in Business Administration specializing in Business Informatics and Human Resource Management at the Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration. For three years, she worked at Apple's European headquarters in Ireland, first in the Technical Support department and then in the Customer Support department.
Twitch Studio, the company’s streaming software for new users, is now in open beta .
The streaming site’s first software product is now available to everyoneLive-streaming is technically quite difficult: it’s live video production, which requires an understanding of the occasionally arcane ecosystem of software and plugins that make it possible. Like every other technologically difficult thing, it also requires a willingness to read a ton of forum comments in search of answers to troubleshoot whatever weird issue you’re having.