Quest Software, maker of Sage Software and Adobe Flash Player, announced Monday that it has signed an agreement to license its video confederations software for use on the Apple TV.
Quest has been testing a number of its popular conferenced software products for the last several months, and the deal comes a day after it also signed an arrangement with Microsoft to license Sage software for its Xbox One console.
Quest said in a statement that it will continue to license the software to partners and “to develop new products and solutions to help make our software more versatile.”
Quest software is designed to run on the popular Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Roku TV, and Xbox One, and it is now available on Amazon’s Fire TV app and on Google Play.
The company said it has sold over 100 million units of Sage software since its launch in the late 2000s.
Quest, which is owned by SoftBank Group Corp., has been aggressively developing new products for its platform.
Last year, it acquired DreamWorks Animation and Pixar, a move that was widely seen as a way to bolster the company’s business as it looks to capitalize on its growing video business.
In April, Quest announced that it was buying DreamWorks, which had previously been owned by Disney.