Probably the only Android TV box worth consistent attention is the Nvidia Shield TV, which does just about everything the right way. It comes with a handy physical remote, but still, some users have called for a mobile app. Nvidia is finally giving them what they want.
The NVIDIA SHIELD TV is now available in a new bundle which focuses on the Android TV device’s smart home capabilities. The main difference with the aptly-named ‘NVIDIA SHIELD TV Smart Home Edition’ is the inclusion of a SmartThings Link dongle. The NVIDIA SHIELD TV Smart Home Edition is available to buy now from the
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Smart Hub, webOS, My Home Screen, Android TV and Roku TV duke it out to be the best Smart TV platform.
How to turn off info sharing on TVs and set-top boxes with Google Assistant (non-Android TV devices only)
Google Assistant is currently baked into LG's 2018 ThinQ AI TV lineup and all generations of the DISH Hopper DVR set-top box. This means owners of these devices with Assistant built in can command their TV, call up information, manage tasks, control smart home devices, and more with the power of their voice. However, this also means you're granting Google and the device manufacturer access to some of your personal information. If you don't reckon that to be a worthwhile trade-off, there's a simple way to shut off access to this information on non-Android TV devices.
Google seems to be in the process of testing a new interface for YouTube on Android TV. While it remains to be seen how widespread the testing is, there are a number of Android TV device owners who have noted the change on social media. Although, some of those same users have reported the change as going
YouTube for Android TV tests a new Now Playing UI with no suggested videos, no skip buttons, but easier access to captions
We live in a perpetual server-side microscopic interface change whirlwind. One day you get used to a new interface, the next another one starts popping up, improving some things, worsening others, and generally making our lives a little miserable in the process. But I can't complain, it's part of the reason I have a job, isn't it? The latest new UI we've spotted affects YouTube on Android TV, and it's not all good news.
AMC has now made available a dedicated Android TV app on the Google Play Store. This is pretty much a replica app of the mobile version but one which will evidently be better customized and optimized for the Android TV experience. The app provides access to a variety of AMC original shows, a limited selection of movies, as