Google appears to be planning a bunch of updates for Android TV over the next year, including new Assistant features, a major hardware release, and support for its upcoming game streaming service, Stadia.
According to XDA Developers, which saw a slide presented by Google at a recent conference, Google has already planned out the key upgrades for Android TV over the next two years. This year, it’s planning to begin allowing device makers to add custom phrases to the Assistant, test in-menu ads, and launch a Play Store redesign that was previewed back in May. These features would be part of an update to Android 10.
Next year’s plans are a lot bigger. The most immediately interesting news is…tech, The Verge, The Verge - All Posts