Many television and cable channels have their own dedicated apps for streaming their content. USA counts among these channels, and you can download the USANow app to watch some USA shows on your device.
But you might be looking for a way to watch this content on a bigger screen. One way to accomplish this is via the AirPlay feature of your Apple TV. So if you have an iPhone and an Apple TV, then you can follow this guide to learn how to use those devices to watch USANow content on your television.
Use AirPlay to Watch USANow on Your TV
The steps in this article were written using an iPhone 6 Plus, in iOS 8.4. These same steps will work for other iOS devices using the same version of iOS. Steps may vary slightly for other versions of iOS.
This article will assume that you have already downloaded and installed the USANow app from the App Store. If not, then you can read this article to learn how to search for and install new apps on your iPhone.
Your iPhone and your Apple TV will both need to be connected to the same wireless network for this to work. Click here to learn how to connect your Apple TV to a wireless network, or click here to learn how to connect your iPhone to a wireless network.
- Step 1: Open the USANow app.
- Step 2: Browse to the video that you want to watch.
- Step 3: Tap the Play button on the video to start watching it.
- Step 4: Tap on the screen to bring up the menu at the bottom, then tap the screen icon at the bottom-right corner of the screen.
- Step 5: Tap the Apple TV option to start AirPlaying to your TV.
AirPlay is one of the best reasons to get an Apple TV, especially if you have an iPhone. You can use a similar method to watch other content from your device as well. For example, this article will show you how to AirPlay content from the Plex app to your Apple TV.
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