New features and updates will be available for Android TV, according to a report from XDA Developers, linked to Google Stadia. The source noticed at a Google conference from a presentation a slide which offered a sneak peek. It seems that the company will launch a new Android experience through Android TV over the next two years. Soon, Google will also let device developers bring their custom phrases to Assistant and work out a Play Store redesign. All these options will be part of the Android 10 update.
Google pushes forward its audacious goals to get a Stadia Support in 2020. Stadia is a Google intelligent platform of gaming set to appear in November, this year. With features like streaming video games up to 4K resolution, the platform will be the perfect tool for all Android fans.
Android TV Will Soon Get Google Stadia Support
Stadia is part of YouTube, and it will be available on the web browser Google Chrome, tablets, smartphones, Chromecast, and even smart TV. The Google company’s goals are to make possible a Stadia game streaming service to the OS. Until now, the only way to get a game experience on a TV it is through a Chromecast Ultra. The device is known for its easy way to get your streaming services experience, Netflix, or Youtube, for example, on your TV.
An intelligent and not-expensive tool which lets you view any video, anytime. What is more interesting is that Chromecast is easy to carry it, has a great option to control your voice and more. However, some ”next-gen” updates for the smart home will be ready through a ‘hero device’ release. Google expects a number as 8,000 for the Android TV apps to be reached by the end of 2019. For 2021, however, Google’s goals rise even higher because the company expects to reach a score of 10,000 apps.