How Pizza Companies Can Use Apple TV

The future of television is apps.
— Tim Cook

Last year me and my wife decided to purchase an Apple TV. It was a smart buy, especially sense it was around 60 bucks. It was hard to beat. Our cable package is just a basic box. In all honesty, it doesn't even have HDMI. The Apple TV comes in handy. We use it for Netflix and Hulu. We have the HBO go thing, but really haven't used it. There was always one question that bugged me with owning the Apple TV. Why aren't there more apps?

The average person wouldn't know this, but the first Apple TV was announced in 2006. That was nine years ago. Why has it taken nine years for the Apple TV to get its own app store? I don't have an answer, which would be why I am asking it. It's finally here now, but what does that mean?

During the event some people got on stage and bought some clothing using the Apple TV. I thought it was cool. I don't know if I would ever be shopping in that manner. I could see myself ordering stuff from Amazon, if that will be an app. The biggest possibility I see is ordering some grub from the Apple TV.

Everywhere that can deliver needs to have an App for the Apple TV. They should include a profile for the user and history for the previous orders. I mainly see this in places like Pizza Hut and Domino's. It would make sense. They have apps for phones, so why not for the Apple TV. Pizza Hut and Dominos email me for some more ideas. 


Robert Bassett