Apple TV 4 users can now watch Korean dramas through an Amazon Echo device that is part of a new service that is available to new Apple TV owners.
The service called “Amazon Echo TV” is a new product line from Amazon that is meant to allow users to use a small Echo-like device to stream shows and movies from Amazon.com to an Apple television or other devices.
The company says the device lets users stream TV shows, movies and music from a single device.
The Amazon Echo TV service has been available in select markets and is being rolled out to other countries through a partnership with Sony, according to the company.
The new service lets you watch and record TV shows from a wide range of popular and popular streaming services, including Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, HBO Go and Amazon Instant Video.
You can access the Amazon Echo-TV app on your Amazon Echo smartphone, tablet or other device.
It offers a range of different options including access to content, including TV shows and films, and to Amazon’s video services.
Amazon has partnered with Amazon Studios to produce original shows, including Amazon’s “House of Cards” and “Arrow.”
The Amazon Prime Video service has also expanded to include content produced by Netflix and other providers.
Amazon said it has more than 1,300 original series and shows in its Prime Video library.
The Apple TV is available for $49.99 in the US and $69.99 elsewhere.
The Alexa-powered Echo Dot is available in more than 100 countries.
Apple also announced a new Apple Home speaker.
The device has a speaker built into the wall, along with a built-in microphone, for voice recognition and will be available in March for $149.99.