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Who is creating the first official government app for Apple TV?

Answer: the Information Network of Arkansas (INA)

In a partnership with Gov2Go, the Information Network of Arkansas (INA) is set to release an Apple TV app for residents to receive personalized voting information on their TVs, including reminders about when and where to cast their vote, said Arkansas Secretary of State Mark Martin. Gov2Go is committed to delivering government services and information to citizens through digital mediums including computers, phones, smart watches and now Apple TV.

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