Google says it has developed software that can interact with smart phones and tablets to perform various tasks, including video searching, playback control, and play games. Later Android TV can also be controlled with smartwatch from Google.
"We created the TV faster and connect with other devices," said one Google executive, Dave Burke.
Efforts to create a Google TV began in 2010. Currently, the company is launching the Internet giant Google TV, a separate software that provides access to web TV. But then their efforts failed.
Last year, the company was re-tried by launching Chromecast, dongle that plugs into a television and a computer connected. With Chromecast, users can send music, photos, and videos on the two devices. But innovation is also not too successful.
Google hopes Android TV can compete with Amazon, Apple, and Roku has unveiled the first Internet-connected TVs. Apple, for example, launched a device that can be used to stream photos, music, and video to the television. This business continues to grow and will continue to be updated by Apple.
Amazon has also introduced the Fire TV equipped 300 applications at the beginning of this year. Roku also does not want to lose. The home device company has added hundreds of applications and over a thousand television to provide entertainment that appeals to customers