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Once you select a TV show or movie, a new screen will load with information about it. There will be an option to download that selection. This will allow you to watch without an Internet connection and without using data. Once any content is downloaded, a "Downloaded" button will appear below the Movies button. Activating this button brings up a list of titles downloaded to your device.
The Watch Now tab has two major headings, Up Next and Browse by Genre. The Up Next section lets you pick up where you left off in a movie or TV show. For example, I like the program "Dr. Jeff: Rocky Mountain Vet" on Animal Planet. If I don't watch the most recent episode when it airs, it appears the next day in the Watch Now section. All I have to do is double tap on it and in a few seconds, the episode starts playing in the Animal Planet Go app. (If I didn't have the Animal Planet Go app on my phone, the TV app would send me to the App Store to get it.) If I did not have Animal Planet as part of my cable subscription, I would not have access to it. Since I do, I can watch it for free. If I wanted to watch the show and I didn't have the Animal Planet Go app, I could still purchase the episode from the iTunes store for $2.99. Which apps you can get depends on your cable or satellite subscription plan. See the section on the Store tab for more details.
The Store tab is another way to get apps and content. This is where you select individual apps to link with the TV app. Not all apps are free. Some have both a free and paid version or require in-app purchases. If you select a free trial such as with HBO Now, make sure you read the trial terms carefully before getting the app.
The first heading on the Store page is "Start Watching Now." Directly under this section is another heading called "Get instant access to hit TV shows and movies." Under this heading are some subscription apps including Hulu, HBO Now, and CBS. The basic CBS app is free, but an "All Access" option gives subscribers access to more content.
The next heading is "Watch with your TV provider." The next heading is "Sign in to find TV shows and movies you'll love." Apps in this section include ABC, NBC, ID Go, History and Food Network. A limited number of TV providers support Apple's single sign-on feature. If your provider does not support this feature, you will need to sign into each app that you download.
The Watch Now tab contains the same information regarding shows or movies you haven't finished watching. If you want to play content from an app that is on your iOS device but not on your Apple TV, you will need to download the TV version of the app from the App Store. For example, I have had the iOS version of Animal Planet Go on my phone, but I needed to get the Apple TV version in order to watch their shows. As soon as I selected the program on my Apple TV, I was brought to the page to get the app.
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The final chapter of The Abundant Bookshelf offers a list of other sources of both audiobooks and eText books. Notable among these are Blio, Project Gutenberg, and Google Books. For each she offers tips on downloading books, many of which are free, and working with the app interface.
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