Not slowing down from the release of new devices on Tuesday, today Google announced some updates to the Android TV ecosystem. This is just in time for the Fall TV season, so hopefully this will help you keep up with all your shows.

First off, Android TV now has SHOWTIME®, HBO NOW, and CBS All Access available for use, so you can catch up on shows like Homeland and Big Bang Theory.


Also being thrown into the mix is Disney Movies Anywhere, which is Disney’s digital movie system. EPIX, WWE, and UFC are all also now available on Android TV. For a full list of Android TV apps, go here.

Along with new apps, new TV manufacturers are going to start including Android TV on select models, such as Hisense and TCL. Set-top box manufacturers like Pace, Sagemcom, and Technicolor, along with Pay TV services such as KDDI and Telecom Italia are all going to be partnering with Android TV and including the system with their various products.

That’s a lot of new ways to use Android TV! Google is clearly doing what they can to make Android TV ubiquitous throughout the various ways people use their TV. This continues their efforts to make Android available in a myriad of places, leaving plenty of choice for us as the consumers.

Does any of this new excite you?

SOURCE: Official Android Blog

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