Google announced that Android TV would launch with an accompanying remote app for Android devices, and two years later, they're releasing it for iOS. Lest you think that's a long delay, the newest Apple TV only got connected to its iOS Remote app in December. Via: Android Police Source: iTunes App Store
Google has quietly introduced a new iPhone application that works with Android TV, its smart TV platform for standalone media players and TVs. The Android TV app for iOS lets those with any supported device use their iPhone as a remote control for their system – just like the Android counterpart already offers. Show More Summary
Google recently made a remote control app for Android TV available to the iPhone. The app allows iPhone owners to access and control their Android TV device. It includes a d-pad and touchpad for navigation, as well as text and voice search. Show More Summary
Google has rolled out an official listing for Android TV on the App Store. This app enables those with an iPhone to remote control their Android TV, utilizing the smartphone to effortlessly navigate content on the big screen. As an added...Show More Summary
SILICON VALLEY—Want to catch up on the latest news out of Hooli? Do a Google search. Hooli is a fictional company on HBO’s series “Silicon Valley,” which is loosely based on Google. If you search Google for either “Silicon Valley” or...Show More Summary
This story was delivered to BI Intelligence "Digital Media Industry Insider" subscribers. To learn more and subscribe, please click here. Last week, Baidu — the Chinese web services company likened to Google — spun off its Baidu Video...Show More Summary
Dear Lifehacker, I like Google Play, I get all my music, apps, docs, mails, news, books, all sorts of things through there, and after reading your article on Game of Thrones, I am considering looking into the movie/video side of things. Show More Summary
If you search "Silicon Valley" or "Silicon Valley HBO" on Google, you'll find some nuggets about Stanford's damaged robots, Hooli's soaring stock price, and an unexpected CEO change at Pied Piper. These aren't real news stories, butShow More Summary
No longer can you rely on TV Guide to give you all the small screen information you need. Home entertainment has moved beyond the traditional TV listings with services like Hulu, Netflix, Google Play, iTunes and more, but people still want to know when they can catch their favorite programs live. Show More Summary
Google aims to provide as much information as possible to you before showing you related links. Cards in search results give you info on cars, diseases, weather, and a lot of other useful topics. Google is adding another to the list, so now search results will display live TV listings. If you search for a show, [...]
What is a Showbox? A Showbox is an app, which can be used to watch free movies and TV shows on the Android phones. It is very popular among the people as they can watch anything on HD for free. It is unavailable in the Google Play store so you have to download it from … Continue reading "Showbox App: The Best App For Entertainment"
Google Search will soon display live TV listings, much like the company already does with Weather and Sports results.
Google says it will soon add live TV listings to its search engine, allowing web users to find out when their favorite shows or movies will be airing. But in a nod to the many non-traditional ways that consumers watch TV today, the company says that it will also display the apps and websites where you can view the show’s latest episode. Show More Summary
Google will be delivering your local TV listings via search, but also tailor the ads you see to your specific habits based on what you watch and how you surf the web.
Googling your favourite TV show or movie will soon give you results of when and where you can watch it live.
Google is making it easier to find out when your favorite TV shows are coming on. The company has announced a new feature in Google Search that will show local TV listings in your area whenever you search for a specific show so that exciting new Grey's Anatomy episode won't slip past you.