Google new feature update: All users can now install Android TV app through smartphone

This new feature is there to fix the hassle of browsing apps on the play store on a smart TV. Same Google account is the only condition you need to fulfill while using this feature. Also only those applications which are available on Android TV can be accessed using this feature

Google has now started rolling out its new feature that enables the users to install apps on their smart TV's through their smartphones. Earlier this feature was available to only a few users but now Google has enabled this feature for all its users worldwide. This new feature is there to fix the hassle of browsing apps on the play store on a smart TV. Same Google account is the only condition you need to fulfill while using this feature. Also only those applications which are available on Android TV can be accessed using this feature

Feature update | Key Points.


1. Installation of Apps on your Smart TV has now become easier as Google has launched its' new feature enabling users to install app directly on their smart TV's through their Smartphones. But this option is available only for those apps which can be installed on Android TV.

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2. Users are required to log in through the same Google account on both the Smartphone and the Android TV.

3.  The feature includes a drop down menu given for the install button on the Google Play Store, which shows a list of smart devices registered to an account. Also you can choose whether you want to install the particular app only on your smartphone,TV or both through the same drop-down menu.

4. If this feature is not on your device yet then you have to update the Google Play Store on your device manually.

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5. Earlier this feature was available to only a few users with the latest version of the Play Store, but now Google has extended it to the users worldwide.
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