FireCore Announces Infuse 4 for Apple TV Coming Soon

FireCore has announced today they have plans to release Infuse 4 for Apple TV, which the company says will be a free update for all current version 3 users.

Currently, FireCore says they have emailed out Infuse beta testers (interest for the beta was “truly staggering”). While no release date was mentioned, FireCore says the update for Apple TV will be coming “very soon”. Unfortunately no screenshots were shared, nor a feature list of what to expect in the Apple TV version.

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Infuse 3 allows users to play numerous video types, including the option to stream from other devices such as a Mac, NAS, Wi-Fi hard drive, etc. The app supports AirPlay and Google Cast and can stream videos without the need to convert them.

The addition of Infuse for Apple TV soon comes after Plex released their app last week for the new device.

Click here to download Infuse 3 for iOS in the App Store. Let us know if you’re excited for this!

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  • Sumit Sekhri

    Correct me if I’m wrong but I think Plex won’t directly stream off a NAS without installing PLEX on the NAS while Firecore will simply find your NAS and stream content from it. I’d give Firecore the win in that case.

  • Rio

    Yes, but then your need all your files in the right format.

  • Sumit Sekhri

    From my experience everything just played. I often have stuff in MKV and that used to be a troublesome format ages ago.

  • Rio

    You appear to be correct.

    Will still be interesting how they handle this on the Apple TV, as there will be no place to store your library, metadata etc?

  • Sumit Sekhri

    Well you do get 200mb or they can integrate trakt