During Apple’s iTunes Radio announcement during WWDC, the company revealed that the new streaming music service and Pandora competitor would be coming to Apple TV via a software update soon. For users of the device, we have good news: the beta is now out, and the software brings the streaming service as well as a new Conference Room Display mode, which allows users to easily share content in a meeting room.
The Apple TV allows the Cupertino firm to push their iTunes Radio onto another platform where it can better compete with the likes of Google’s new streaming service and the king of internet radio, Pandora.
The last feature included in the software update is the ability for users to now change the look and feel of the subtitles. It is worth noting however that this is still beta software, and as with iOS 7 and OS X Mavericks, the software is likely to change before the final release. Be sure to check out the video embedded above for more details on the software and the features.