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Apple TV Remote is a great companion to Apple TV, delivering the best of the Siri Remote. With Apple TV Remote, you’ll never need to put down your iPhone or iPad to enjoy Apple TV. Control Apple TV with a swipe of your finger or use the keyboard to quickly enter text. And you can use the app along with the Siri Remote. 

• Navigate Apple TV with touch gestures
• Quickly enter text, email addresses, and passwords using the keyboard
• Ask Siri to find something great to watch, listen to, or play
• Control the movie, TV show, or song that’s currently playing
• View song lyrics, change music tracks, and select movie chapters
• Play games using the accelerometer and gyroscope
• Turn on Game Mode for simplified game controls 
• Use volume buttons on your iOS device to control volume

Requirements:
• iOS devices using iOS 9.3.2 or later
• Wi-Fi connection to Apple TV
• Apple TV (4th generation), using tvOS 9.2.1 or later
• Apple TV (3rd generation), using Apple TV Software 7.2.1
• Apple TV (2nd generation), using Apple TV Software 6.2.1
• Certain Now Playing features, including lyrics, playlists, and chapter, audio, and captions selection for movies and TV shows, require iOS 10.3 or later and tvOS 10.2 or later
• Volume control requires an AV receiver with CEC support

Note:
Siri requires Apple TV (4th generation) and availability varies by country and language.

What’s New

Version 2.2

This update includes general performance and stability improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

2.2 out of 5
1.5K Ratings

1.5K Ratings

WhyWasThisBetter ,

Was great. Update buggy.

I’m surprised they haven’t updated yet to fix all these issues everyone is having. Before the latest update my only criticism is that I’d like to control the volume of the tv through the app. Since the update 1️⃣ I’m having to reconnect to my Apple TV almost every time I use it, before it stayed connected all the time. 2️⃣ The new design (using the control center, iPhone 6s) doesn’t have any ‘negative space’ to touch your finger when you mean to go back to the main control center screen. You have to press the home button every time. Since your finger is already over the screen for all the other features it’s nice to keep the “back” button on the screen too. Last version had this feature also.

ampsarus ,

Apple TV Remote

I’ve tossed the Siri remote that came with my Apple TV 4K into the junk drawer. I could not get the touch sensitivity set correctly; either it was hyper hair trigger, or numb and unresponsive. I have a couple old unlocked iPhones laying around , so finding a remote is always within reach and quick. Press the Home button once and the app UI is there where I left it. If I’m sitting on the couch watching TV, I’m probably holding a phone or an iPad anyway, so that little slippery Siri remote is redundant. I would give Remote 5 stars if there was 2 changes. (1) A button to MUTE the HDMI audio. I’m not asking for a volume control; I would never use it. Just a MUTE. This feature is a no-brainer for user convenience, but I would be surprised if it is implemented due to inevitable blow back from sacred advertisers. The second change is for the app to not (sometimes) AUTO open the Devices screen asking to select a device.

The last Apple TV that Remote connected to should be the default. User can change that on the Devices button. All in all a very useful app that I use frequently.

Starsigma ,

Doesn’t work well with Apple products, of all things

The remote is pretty temperamental. It only works 50% of the time based on what device you’re trying to connect it with. The Apple remote I have on my iPhone works and connects automatically pretty easily with my parents Apple TV which is about two generations old. I have a brand new latest version Apple TV and it doesn’t connect to it 99% of the time automatically. You have to manually open up the app each time in order to connect to the Apple TV. The other Apple TV it pops off the top my screen and it connects just fine. It really is a 50-50 shot whether this Apple work with your device. Makes it a bit temperamental and not the best app to use. Ultimately the app is pretty useless and wouldn’t recommend. Apple seriously needs to put some work into this app. It is one of the worst Apple apps I have ever used.

Information

Seller
Apple Inc.
Size
14.2 MB
Category
Entertainment
Compatibility

Requires iOS 9.3.2 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

Languages

English, Arabic, Catalan, Chinese (Hong Kong), Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Traditional Chinese, Turkish, Ukrainian, Vietnamese

Age Rating
Rated 4+
Copyright
© 2016-2018 Apple Inc. All rights reserved.
Price
Free

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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