Android TV Is Adding 800 Free Google Channels


Google announced today that it is adding over 800 free channels to Android TV. The new channels will be available on a variety of devices, including Chromecast with Google TV, select smart TVs, and Android TV-powered streaming devices.

The free channels will come from a variety of sources, including Pluto TV, Plex, Haystack News, and Tubi. They will offer a variety of content, including news, sports, movies, TV shows, and more.

To access the free channels, users will need to open the Live tab on their Android TV device. The channels will be listed in a grid, and users can browse by category or search for specific channels.

The addition of free channels is a major boost for Android TV. It makes the platform even more attractive to users who are looking for a way to watch free content. It also helps to differentiate Android TV from other streaming platforms, such as Roku and Fire TV.

Google is also making it easier for users to find free channels. The company has added a new "Free Channels" section to the Google TV app. This section lists all of the free channels that are available on Android TV.

The addition of free channels is a positive development for Android TV. It makes the platform more attractive to users and helps to differentiate it from other streaming platforms.

Here are some of the free channels that will be available on Android TV:

News: CNN, BBC News, Fox News, MSNBC

Sports: ESPN, Fox Sports, NBC Sports, TNT

Movies: Tubi, Pluto TV, Plex

TV Shows: Crackle, IMDb TV, The Roku Channel

Documentaries: CuriosityStream, World History Channel, National Geographic

Kids: PBS Kids, Disney Junior, Nick Jr.

Lifestyle: HGTV, Food Network, DIY Network

Music: Vevo, MTV, CMT

Comedy: Comedy Central, TBS, TNT

Anime: Funimation, Crunchyroll, HiDive

How to watch free channels on Android TV:

Open the Live tab on your Android TV device.

Browse the channels by category or search for a specific channel.

Click on a channel to start watching.


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