What Apps Support SharePlay?


SharePlay is Apple’s way of making virtual interactions more fun as it will bring a much-requested feature to your beloved FaceTime app on your iPhone. The feature allows users to share content from various third-party services directly to a FaceTime call on any of their devices. The shared content can be anything from a song, movie, TV show, podcast, or any other kind of content that’s streamable and is supported by Apple. 

If you’re wondering what apps are supported by Apple’s latest SharePlay feature, this post should help you resolve all your queries. 

What apps can you share content to?

Apple has created the SharePlay feature on iOS 15 to be exclusively used on the FaceTime app on all compatible devices. SharePlay brings with it one of the most sought-after features that iPhone users have yearned for; that is to be able to share their iPhone screen with other people on FaceTime. Apple has extended the capability of this screen sharing to include any media content that you may play on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac.

As long as it’s supported, you can share any kind of media on FaceTime. Since SharePlay is a native feature built on top of FaceTime, you won’t be able to use it on any other app on your iPhone. 

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What apps can you share content from?

There are a bunch of Apple-developed apps as well as apps from third-party developers that support sharing content via SharePlay.

Apple Apps that support SharePlay

  • Apple Music
  • Apple TV+
  • Apple Fitness+

Third-party Apps that support SharePlay

  • Disney+
  • HBO Max
  • Paramount+
  • ESPN+
  • Pluto TV
  • Hulu
  • SoundCloud
  • Twitch
  • TikTok
  • NBA

You may see some notable absentees in this list including Netflix, Amazon, and Youtube. Since SharePlay itself isn’t available on iOS 15, we “may” see any of these apps or others that support sharing content using SharePlay sometime in the future when the feature makes its way to the masses. In addition to iPhones, you will also be able to use SharePlay on iPads, MacBooks, iMacs, and Apple TVs and supported apps on all of these platforms should be able to take advantage of this sharing feature. 

That’s all there is to know about what apps support SharePlay on iOS 15.


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