Google TV rolled out the latest update over the past few days. The latest release serves to correct some system issues as well adds some new features to the services overall. Despite Google TV now sitting at v1.3 it still lacks the Android Market Google stated was coming soon. A list of updated features is below:
- The media player now supports more WMA audio files
- Netflix and CNBC Real Time are better integrated into Google TV
- Improved transition between songs in Pandora
- Support for Music Unlimited powered by Qriocity on Sony devices
- Support for a broader range of Blu-ray discs
Google seemingly was aware the question of Android Market access would come up again and as such they took the time to remind everyone that Google TV is an ever-evolving system. That to us, when translated basically breaks down to -- we know you want it and it is coming just, not this time around. [Google TV Blog]
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