It's started rolling out for Android TV, Google TV, and Roku devices.
The new Google TV app replaces the Play Movies & TV app and brings over new features from its Android counterpart.
Android 13 Beta for TVs is out, and Google is showing off what's new at its developer's conference.
In what appears to be a move to avoid paying Google fees, you can no longer purchase or rent movies from Apple TV.
It could launch alongside the heavily-rumored Pixel Watch, plus a low-end Chromecast with Google TV.
The company wants to help third-party developers prep their devices to make sure everything works together.
The new feature will make it easier to see personalized recommendations.
Free-to-stream TV channels could be the latest incentives Google uses to sweeten the deal on Chromecast and smart…
The company says it's not pivoting away from Roku—it just wants to give customers more choices.
New features include an easy-to-use watch list, an improved recommendation system, and more dynamic previews.
It's one of the cheapest ways to get Google's TV experience in your home, although there are some drawbacks.
The continued expansion of ads in smart devices is really starting to get on people's nerves.
It only took 18 months, but better late than never right?
Google is officially pulling the plug on its Play Movies and TV app on all Roku devices and Samsung, LG, Vizio or…
LG will make its webOS software available to other companies.