The live-streaming service that Apple launched in 2014 is officially available for download in the United States, starting today.
The company says it has added “Live in the U: Live” to its iOS app, the most recent version of which was released today.
Live in this case is not a direct translation of the original term for live-broadcast, but rather a term that is the equivalent of an iTunes song or TV show title, and it refers to the feature that lets users stream audio from a computer’s hard drive or network.
Apple says that the new version of the app will let users stream a movie on Apple TV, for example, or a song from Apple Music on Spotify.
The new app also lets users listen to music while streaming the video, and there are also new ways to control how the app looks and works.
Apple’s first-ever live-on-demand app launched in October 2014.
It is not the first app to launch in the country.
Live TV services have launched in Canada, the U and the U S. since 2015.
And Live TV in China, which launched earlier this year, has been available in the app for several months.
Live TV apps are available in more than 70 countries, according to a report by The Wall St. Journal, including more than 50 countries in Asia and Latin America.
Apple’s live-in-the-box service was supposed to be a way to stream movies and TV shows from Apple’s streaming service to Apple TV without having to use a Mac.
It has not launched in the US.
But Apple said it would be adding Live in the same way that Apple TV and other Apple devices had already expanded live-video features, including the ability to stream content from iCloud to Apple TVs.
Live will be available on iOS and OS X computers as well as Macs, iPads, iPhones and iPod Touches, and will come with the latest iOS software updates.
Apple has also announced that it will offer Live in its iOS TV app for the foreseeable future.
The company is also offering Live in both the App Store and on its iTunes store.