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4 Dec, 2023
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The widely-used video conferencing app, Zoom, has officially landed on Apple TV 4K, fulfilling the promise made earlier this year.

While Apple TV lacks an integrated camera, users can utilize the Continuity Camera feature by pairing the app with an iPhone, supported by stands like the Belkin MagSafe Mount. This move aligns with tvOS 17's introduction of FaceTime to Apple TV, expanding the platform's capabilities for virtual meetings.

Competitor WebEx showcased its Apple TV app a month ago, but it remains unreleased.

The app, available for free in the Apple TV App Store under the name "Zoom for Home TV," is different from its iPhone and iPad analogs. It's designed to initiate and join meetings from your TV and offers convenient calendar integration, displaying shortcuts to upcoming scheduled appointments.

While the app doesn't cover the full range of features of the main Zoom apps, the Apple TV version is designed specifically for TV meetings and requires a Zoom account for access.