On iOS, the Google TV app is now available for download. The new app will replace the Google Play Movies and TV app in the App Store.
Users of Google TV on Android TV or Chromecast may use the Google TV app as a remote control for their devices by tapping the remote icon.
The Google TV app will also keep track of your Google rentals and purchases. According to reports, Google began eliminating the Movies & TV option from its Play Store app on Android smartphones at the end of May.
The Google TV app, which was previously exclusively accessible on Android, is now available on Apple’s iOS platform. Users will be able to score once they see the material to enhance future suggestions via the app.
Users with Android TV or Chromecast with Google TV may now utilize the Google TV app as a remote control for their devices by hitting the remote icon, as previously described.
The Play Movies & TV app for iOS will automatically upgrade to the new Google TV app. The Google TV app will also have the user’s Google rental and buy the library.
According to reports, Google began eliminating the Movies & TV option from its Play Store app on Android smartphones at the end of May.
In March, Google has previously stated that its ‘Movies and TV’ section would be removed from Android devices.
The Play Store app for Android will no longer allow users to browse, search, purchase, or rent television series and movies.
Purchases and rentals will instead be accessible on Google TV, where customers will be able to see their library alongside the freshly revamped ‘Highlights’ news stream.
Apart from that, Google banned many applications from the Play Store last month after discovering that they were collecting personal data such as location, phone numbers, and email addresses from users.