Google TV and its Android TV apps for iOS and Android TV devices are supported by Samsung and LG, Asus and Roku, and the Asus and Samsung Fire TV TVs are supported in Apple TV, Apple TV Pro and Roku 3.
The Android TV platform also works with Amazon Fire and Amazon TV devices, as well as Roku 3 and Roku 4.
The Android TV app for Android TV can be downloaded from the Google Play Store.
It is available for both Android TV and Google Chromecast, as long as the Android TV device has a HDMI port.
The new Android TV SDK 4.0 provides additional support for Android devices that support the new HDMI standard.
It provides more than 70 new APIs that will allow developers to add new features to the Android video platform, including a new API for video streaming.
The new APIs include support for hardware accelerated video decoding, new API features for decoding 4K video, and more.
A new version of the Android app also allows Android TV users to use their device’s fingerprint sensor for unlocking the TV.
That functionality is currently not supported on Google Chromecasts.
The fingerprint sensor can be used to unlock the TV from the lock screen and lock screen widgets.
The update also includes a new Android app called “Google TV Now” that lets users set reminders for upcoming events and movies.
The feature lets users easily see the time, date, and location of upcoming events or movies.