How to get Apple TV Plus on Amazon Fire Stick and start streaming

Apple TV Plus on Fire Stick
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The Amazon Fire Stick delivers an easy way to let you access your favorite streaming services, music, and games all via a central app that displays on your TV. This includes Apple TV Plus, delivering everything this streaming service has to offer. Keep reading for all the details on how to get started, and what to start watching.

Apple TV Plus is the premium video on-demand streaming service from Apple and provides access to a range of movies and TV shows. If you’re not sure how to access Apple TV on Amazon Fire Stick, our guide explains how to start watching one of the best streaming services on your device.

Is Apple TV Plus on Amazon Fire Stick yet?

Yes, since November 2019, Apple TV Plus has been available through the Apple TV app on the Amazon Fire Stick. Through the app, you can see all the content on Apple TV Plus, though you will need to have a subscription to the service.

How to install Apple TV Plus on Amazon Fire Stick

Setting up Apple TV Plus on Amazon Fire Stick is a straightforward process.

  • On the Fire Stick home screen go onto 'Search'
  • Type in 'Apple TV Plus'
  • Select the correct result and then 'Get'
  • The app will begin to download

The next step is to log in using your Apple ID. You can either enter your username and password straight into the TV or sign in using a mobile device. 

With this second option, you can either scan a QR code with your phone’s camera or enter an alphanumeric code at the webpage

If you don’t already have an Apple ID, you can set one up at this point.

Within the Apple TV app, you’ll see a section specifically for Apple TV Plus, which shows you all the content that you can access with a Apple TV Plus subscription. Many of the films and TV series that  you’ll see elsewhere in the app are not part of Apple TV Plus and cost extra to buy or rent.

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What can I watch on Apple TV Plus with Amazon Fire Stick?

Apple TV Plus features a library full of original programming only available there. They've got a fantastic library which includes something for just about everyone.

Sci-fi fans will rejoice to see several new IPs just waiting for a marathon. There is Amazing Stories, a reimagining of the classic anthology, executive produced by Steven Spielberg along with Silo, an adaptation of the novel Wool. An alternate history space race For All Mankind, and the brand new Monarch: Legacy of Monsters are in there.

The award-winning Ted Lasso delivers a heartfelt vibe that revolves around a struggling English Premier League Soccer Team and the new coach brought in to whip it into shape also lives on Apple TV Plus.

If you're hoping for a few options on your next movie night, you'll find a great selection of options to check out. The Banker stars Samuel L. Jackson and Anthony Mackie as a pair of entrepreneurs fighting for housing integration in the 1960s. Tom Hanks has two films as well, with WWII thriller Greyhound where he is delivering soldiers and supplies to Allied Forces, and Finch a post-apocalyptic story where a man is trying to find a new home for himself, his dog, and his robot after a solar flare takes out the world as he knows it.

Whatever you might be in the mood for, Apple TV Plus has you covered with new shows and movies, just waiting for you to watch. 

What other streaming services are available on Amazon Fire Stick? 

As well as Apple TV Plus, there are plenty of other streaming services available, including:

What other devices can I watch Apple TV Plus on?

If you don’t have an Amazon Fire Stick but want to watch Apple TV Plus, other devices that you can access it on include Apple TV Plus on Roku. You can also watch Apple TV Plus on Chromecast if that's your media streamer of choice. Of course, Apple TV Plus is available on Apple devices including iPad, iPhone and Mac, as well as via web browsers on your device. For those who stream via there gaming console Apple TV Plus on PS4 is available, as well as PS5, and Xbox consoles.

Kieron Moore

Kieron Moore is a freelance writer based in Manchester, England. He contributes to Future sites including TechRadar and Creative Bloq, focusing on subjects including creative software, video editing, and streaming services. This work draws on his experience as an independent filmmaker and an independent TV watcher.

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