Google announced that developers can now publish apps created for Android TV on the Play store. Additionally, Google also published some guidelines for developing apps for Android TV, which can be found on the Android Developer portal.
If you've got a great app or game, Android TV and Google Play can help you bring it to users right in their living rooms. You'll be able to offer your apps and games in a storefront experience that's optimized for TV. You can extend your new or existing apps for TV and then publish them using familiar tools and processes in Google Play.
Are you excited for Android TV? Be sure to check out our Nexus Player walk-through.
The Reno 5 Pro 5G is here, and it delivers a great overall package in the mid-range segment. With a sleek 7.6mm chassis along with a gorgeous 90Hz AMOLED screen, powerful hardware in the form of Dimensity 1000+, 65W fast charging, and Android 11 out of the box, the Reno 5 Pro 5G ticks all the right boxes.
The NVIDIA Shield TV Pro continues to offer the best Android TV experience for gamers, but you'll need to supply your own controller to get in on the fun. Luckily, there are more than just a few options that fit the bill and will enhance your gaming experience on the living room TV.