I still remember the excitement when VEVO partnered with YouTube in 2009. Though stuffed with ads, we could enjoy high quality and latest music videos for free and legally. Something similar is going to happen soon as the Wall Street Journal confirms our earlier reports that VEVO for Apple TV is very near.
Much have been happening in the world of Apple TV recently, especially in terms of entertainment apps. We reported Apple’s deal with Time Warner, Netflix’s user profiles and Apple’s acquisition talks with PrimeSense. Now that the future of Apple TV seems brighter than ever, VEVO wants to be a part of it.
If you are a fan of SHOUTcast Radio, a directory of over 47,000 “professional and community programmed radio stations from around the globe”, and if you accidentally own Apple TV 2 and iPhone, iPad ot iPod touch, this updated of SHOUTcast Radio iOS app may be for you. The app has been updated to version 1.3.1 which comes with AirPlay support: just make sure you’ve updated to the most recent iOS and enjoy the music from your favorite radio stations on your fancy speakers hooked up to your TV.
Groovy, an unofficial Grooveshark client for the Apple TV 2G, has finally arrived. Grooveshark is an online music search engine, music streaming service and music recommendation web software application, allowing users to search for, stream, and upload music free of charge that can be played immediately or added to a playlist. Groovy aims to bring the Grooveshark to your living room via the new Apple TV. The developers admit that the current feature list is not long (simple search and player functionality) but they say they are working hard on the next version with much more functionality (e.g. Grooveshark login, better search result, better player view). They also promised to release the source code in the near future. Go to the Groovy website for the instructions on how to install this new plugin on your freshly jailbroken atv.