Apple has rolled out a free version of its messaging app to its Apple TV service, the company confirmed to Ars Technica.
The free app, called Whatsapp, was rolled out to the iOS and Mac apps for the first time on the Apple TV last week.
Apple said it will now offer the app for $1.99.
The news was first reported by AppleInsider.
While the free app offers messaging, it’s not the only free option available.
You can also try the Whatsapp Desktop App, which lets you download the app onto your Apple TV.
But Whatsapp’s free version is a bit more limited than the desktop app.
The Whatsapp app on the iOS App Store is limited to only the AppleTV version of the app, with no mobile support for other platforms.
The desktop app only lets you run the app from the desktop, so you’ll need to connect your AppleTV to your Mac or PC for that functionality.