Infuse 4 for New Apple TV Launches Today


New Apple TV owners rejoice as the all new Infuse 4 for your new Apple set-top box is launching today. Like its popular iOS counterpart, Infuse 4 for Apple TV provides a super-clean way to enjoy a wide array of videos types from wherever you may happen to have them stored, be it a Mac, PC, NAS, Wi-Fi drive, or a server app like Plex, Kodi, or Serviio.

Infuse 4, which is a free upgrade for all current Infuse 3 (iOS) users, also provides automatic movie details and artwork fetching, integrated sync (for keeping watched progress in sync on multiple devices), subtitle downloads from OpenSubtitles, and many other great features.

FireCore had announced their plans to release Infuse 4 for Apple TV last month, soon after Plex released their app for the new device. For more information, visit FireCore’s website.

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  • jabohn

    All these media players for Apple TV are great, but the one I’m real stoked about is MrMC.
    …for news and details. The app has been submitted to the AppStore, so here’s hoping it’s out soon.

    It’s a variant of Kodi.

    They’ve been working for awhile getting it ready for tvOS… there are some features that had to be removed due to AppStore rules but some of the stripped features will eventually return down the road rewritten to be Apple-approved. Eventually these changes could make their way back into the official Kodi app.