The December Apple TV software update, 10.1 introduced the "TV" app, which Apple describes as: Discover new content or pick up where you left off in a current show or movie—all in one unified place. The TV app brings together all your shows and movies from services that you subscribe to, plus your purchases from iTunes. This feature is available only in the United States for Apple TV, iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
This week I browsed a number of movies using the Siri feature, which, if you're familiar with Apple TV, returns the results on a search results screen of sorts. Typically, when I find a movie I want to watch, I'll add it to my wish list using the "+ Wish List" button. Something was different this time; that button said "+ Up Next" and I figured it was just an unnecessary change to button language.
It was actually adding movies to a queue within the TV app, as I discovered when I went to itunes>movies thinking they were in my wish list, and they weren't there. It took a while or perhaps dumb luck to discover they were saved in the TV app. Now, if you add movies from anywhere but within the Movies app, they get added to the TV app, and not the location you are used to.
Does this kind of disparity bother anyone else? It's another baffling decision by Apple that introduces confusion in an otherwise very tight and streamlined experience. I get the essence of the TV app, any maybe I just need to get used to it, but wanted to see if others had the same impression.