Google is rolling out a new feature that lets users watch a video on their Apple TV or iPhone with a touch of a button.
The feature is the first such feature to launch in the Apple TV app.
Google said the new video feature will work with both the Apple iPad and iPhone.
The video feature is similar to the one on the iPhone, which lets users select the content they want to watch and the video will automatically begin playing in the background.
In an email to Apple TV users, Google said it will add more videos to the video library in the coming weeks.
Apple TV is the third-most popular Apple TV device in the US.
Google is testing the feature in Australia.
Apple’s new video-watching feature is part of a broader update for Apple TV that is being rolled out to more markets.
It’s designed to improve viewing quality on Apple TVs and to make the Apple Video app easier to use for new users.
Google has also updated the Apple Watch app to provide a new, streamlined experience for users who want to see video on the watch face.
Google also is working on a new app that lets people browse the web and stream video to their TV from the watch.
Apple has been adding video to Apple TVs for years, but it wasn’t until the company’s recent introduction of the Apple TVs 4K streaming video and video-on-demand services that video on a TV was finally available on the device.
Google introduced a video-only mode to the Apple television in November 2015.