Amazon’s “Alexa” brand is now the official Apple TV brand, with an app that lets users customize their home screen to display their favorite Apple products, according to a tweet from the company today.
The app was originally announced in August, but now it’s available for free.
Users can select a theme and color scheme from a variety of Apple TV apps.
The app also includes Alexa’s own personal assistant, a “real-time voice search” that is also available on the Apple TV app.
The Apple TV version of the app features a new interface that looks a lot like that of Amazon’s other iOS apps.
Users have to scroll through menus to find their preferred Apple product, and can also choose the color scheme they want Alexa to use for its default home screen.
Users can also make changes to the app to customize their Amazon Alexa-enabled device, as well as their HomeKit-enabled Apple TV.
Amazon says that users can also customize the Apple product’s color scheme to match their personal preferences, and add Alexa to any of the apps on their home network.
Amazon’s “Aurora” TV app was launched in November 2015.
It’s a TV app that uses the company’s Alexa-powered Amazon Alexa assistant to play video and radio stations, along with a wide range of other content.
Users in the US can get the latest version of “Aerora” for free, while those in Canada can pay $5.99 per month for the latest update.
The company also announced the launch of “AlexAura,” an app for Amazon that will be available on all iOS devices on June 15.
Users will be able to configure their home’s “AirPlay” or “AirPort Extreme” connection to an Apple TV device, which lets users access content and other features via their Apple TV and a connected smartphone or tablet.
Users also will be “Aware of Your Device” when they connect to an Amazon Echo or Echo Dot, and will receive a notification if an Amazon product or app is being played on their device.
Apple is still testing the “AlexAlexa-powered” version of its HomeKit app, and we’ll update this story when we have more information.