Google TV is an Android-powered device with Chrome web browser, which is a virtual cable box with all the major channels. Your phone, tablet, or laptop can be turned into a remote control by connecting to Google TV wirelessly when you stream programming over Wi-Fi or Ethernet.
Google TV is the interface of Android TV, but it looks and feels different. On Google TV, you can find streaming content from Netflix, Disney+ and HBO Max. You don’t need to search for content on specific apps because you have everything in one place.
Google TV lets you search all streaming services at once for whatever you’re looking for, and it also has tabs for browsing. These are Movies, Shows, and Apps. You can also assess your library, which just consists of the content you bought from Google using Play Movies and TV.
You need to sign in to use, and the content you see in your suggestions is based off of your profile. You must know that the content will only draw from the streaming services you sign into. If you mostly prefer watching Netflix and HBO Max content, the recommendations will contain their content.
There is no need for user profiles like Netflix, so everyone will be able to enjoy content based on experience with the whole family.
Are there games on Google TV?
When playing games on Google TV, you can enjoy a wide variety of options. There are many different types, like Final Fantasy and Oceanhorn, and also games like Grand Theft
The Stadia app is compatible with Google TV, so you can instantly play games from your account with the service when on Google TV.
On what devices is Google TV available?
The Google TV app can run on some Android TVs, like Sony, TCL, and Hisense. Moreover, it is characterized by Chromecast and the cloud-based streaming service of games, called Stadia.
Some of the services supported by the Android app are different in different regions. However, in my experience with Google TV, it has been a good alternative to Apple TV and Amazon Fire TV. I predict that manufacturers will continue to adopt Google TV for their future products.