Google Brings Ability to Install Apps on Android TV through Smartphones, Users Report
If you like to do things big then you must take a look at this article as now Google will allow you to download apps on your Android TV right when you download them on your phone and if you don’t want it on your phone then you can download it in your TV only. Google is reportedly rolling this new feature which is currently available for some users.
This feature was available in Google Play’s web version for some time now and now it is available on smartphones as well. The availability of this new feature was first reported on Reddit by users. People who have this feature installed can click where they want to download the app, on their TV or smartphone, check this screenshot to know more.
If an app is installed on all the devices, Google marks it as ‘installed on all devices. Report from Android Police state that this is a server-side update and it won’t be available for all users currently. It will be available once the complete version is available.
This update will be a great benefit for people who like to watch shows and movies on the big screen. Amazon’s Alexa or fire tv stick fulfils this to a great extent but the cost of both of them comes at a hefty price.
Currently, users can stream content via Chromecast. Chromecast on Google TV was announced in October that supports 4K HDR support and a dedicated remote control. This came as a competition to Amazon Fire TV as it provides a lot of extra benefits along with video streaming like Dolby Atmos, Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby Vision, HDR10+ etc.
Hopefully, this new feature will be live for all users using Android TV very soon so that everyone can enjoy the grand streaming experience without spending a lot of money.
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