Apple TV+ starts broadcasting baseball for free in Germany +++ New Gmail web design available automatically

MLB is also available for free in Germany
Apple added sporting events to its internal video streaming portfolio this year. Select Major League Baseball (MLB) games can be viewed via TV+. From now on, German customers will also have the option of taking advantage of Apple’s “Friday Night Baseball” offer. However, due to the time difference, users in this country have to stay up late: from Friday to Saturday evening, Apple TV+ broadcasts the game of the Tigers against the Blue Jays. Then there’s Cubs vs. Giants.

If you want to watch content on TV+, you usually need a subscription to the service. According to its own statements, Apple is streaming baseball games “for free for a short time.” So the games – at least for now – are free to watch. Apple already uses a similar tactic with some series, where even an episode is available for free to pique viewers’ interest – and thus entice them to pay for a subscription.

Customers can watch Major League Baseball games live through the TV+ app or website. The commentary is in English. Hours of play included are listed in the “Friday Night Baseball” section. Tigers vs Blue Jays starts at 12:25 German time. Baseball fans will have to wait a long time for the Cubs vs. Giants game, with a matchup starting at 3:25 a.m. It’s unclear how long TV+ will show Major League Baseball games for free.

New Gmail web view enabled by more users
Google has been planning to modernize the Gmail web view for some time. After the search engine giant initially made the “Material U” design available as a selectable version, automatic conversion is in full swing. More and more German users also notice the new design when they visit the Gmail website.

In short: Apple TV+ starts broadcasting free baseball in Germany +++ New Gmail web design available automatically
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The web view is to be upgraded optionally and operated more intuitively thanks to the new design. Changes include a pale blue background in different color intensities. In addition, the email inbox is visually more visible than before. Since Google often activates new features in batches, it may take some time before the new design is finally activated. If the new “Material You” look isn’t available to Gmail users just yet, some patience is needed, but it shouldn’t take long.


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