Although streaming video through your TV is nothing new, it’s always been a bit of a chore. You have to connect to your home network, find the right app for what you wanted to watch, and then actually click through menus until you found what you were looking for. It was never really an enjoyable experience — until now!
Google TV is a television interaction platform users reach through Google Chrome. Google TV allows users to reach online video contents from various sources including YouTube and Netflix. With Google TV, browsing has just gotten better. It’s so easy. All you need for this simple navigation process is a remote, mouse, keyboard or Android-powered device.
Users can find everything from games to apps on the Google Play Store. Google TV has access to your Google account though which contents can be downloaded when you don’t feel like surfing through Netflix or YouTube. Browse as much as you want on your devices with the Google Home app and make use of the voice command.
Google TV offers so much more than just an elevated viewing experience. With apps like Google Play Games, users can turn their Google TV into a gaming console. Google Play Games gives players the chance to experience immersive and seamless cross-platform gameplay unlike ever before.
A Google TV built-in voice search feature called “Ok Google” is available on the TCL P635 and other Google TVs. With this feature, it is so easy to use simple voice commands to switch your device on and off, change channels or adjust the volume. Google TV also has built-in Alexa support, so you can control your TV using only your voice with Alexa anywhere in your house.
When it comes to screen time, ensuring children are watching age-appropriate television has become a major concern for parents around the world. However, with Google TV’s new Kids profile function, parents are able to monitor what content your kids can consume and for how long.
In today’s world, connectivity is key. With Google TV, you can connect to your home network and other devices in a variety of ways , such as Wi-Fi or Ethernet cable. Going the wireless route is a great option as well. If you want to go wireless, Google TV supports Wi-Fi connection with 802.11b/g/n networks at either 2.4GHz or 5GHz. This implies that once you have connected your device(s), they will automatically sync with one another to run smoothly together. You can also connect your mobile device(s) through the powerful Bluetooth 4.0 LE technology.