Apple TV users can now access the Zoom videoconferencing app

The well-liked Zoom video meeting app is now accessible on the Apple TV 4K, as promised earlier this year. Naturally, the Apple TV box itself lacks a camera, so in order to utilize the Continuity Camera feature on your iPhone, you must use an iPhone stand such as the Belkin MagSafe Mount.

In a similar way, tvOS 17 introduced the FaceTime app to Apple TV. Zoom has since joined the group. Although it was given a month’s preview, rival WebEx’s Apple TV app is still not accessible to the general public.
Continuity Camera allows you to use the device’s camera feed on the Apple TV itself and is compatible with any iPhone or iPad running iOS 17. It can operate with any mount or stand accessory; anything that can keep the device steady and upright will do. The camera can be focused on the people speaking in the room with the help of intelligent iOS features like Centre Stage.

The Zoom app for Apple TV can be downloaded separately from the Zoom app for iPhone and iPad, which is known as “Zoom for Home TV.” This means that not all of the features found in the primary apps are present. It is designed especially for using your TV set to start and join meetings.

It does, however, have a few nice extras, such as calendar integration that displays shortcuts to forthcoming scheduled meetings in an easily visible view.

The Zoom app is available in the Apple TV App Store for free, though using it naturally calls for a Zoom account.

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