Apple TV’s single sign-on is one of the features that help the Apple TV stand out. This feature allows Apple TV owners with a subscription to a TV service to automatically log in to all the apps that they support. No longer will you need to log in to each individual app. This can save a lot of time when you are rushing to get in to WatchESPN to catch the end of the game.
Sling TV has been on this list for some time on both iOS and the tvOS devices. PlayStation Vue was added in late 2017 and more recently Hulu was also added. (We are not exactly sure when Hulu added support for Apple’s single sign-on, but it has been added since we last updated this list.)
Here are all the live TV streaming services that support Apple’s single sign-on option:
At this time services like DIRECTV NOW and YouTube TV do not support Apple’s single sign-on feature according to Apple’s website. If more are added, we will update this list.
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