Shomi, the Rogers/Shaw TV streaming service might be saying good-bye to Canadians in less than a month, but Fibe TV is now available on Apple TV.


A recent report put out by BCE Inc. has revealed that the telecom giant’s popular CraveTV has now topped 1 million subscribers and continues to grow, so not all TV watching is heading down the tubes in Canada.

Furthermore, (drum roll), Bell Fibe TV is now available on Apple TV.

As of today, Fibe TV customers with fourth generation Apple TV can now watch up to 450 amazing Fibe channels through Apple’s service.

If you aren’t now already doing so but want to join the party, here are the requirements:

-you need to be a Fibe TV customer and to have a Bell set-top box and Bell Internet to use Apple’s TV service.

Interested in getting the service , and the app ? Then you may also like to know that CraveTV, Bell’s TV streaming service, is now available on Apple TV through an
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Nicolas Poitras, vice-president of residential services with Bell says the new changes are aimed at making it easier to watch TV in homes with more than one viewing device. And at getting more customers, which Bell is sure to do.

What does the future hold? According to reports, features such as being able to pause live TV and rewind will be coming to Apple later this year, (winter holidays?), and so if you like to run to the bathroom during the playoffs, you’re in luck.

Let the endless watching begin continue.