If you are into Android TV, own the new Nexus Player and are into pro basketball, then we have the App for you - NBA Game Time for TV. This year promises to be an exciting year for professional basketball as San Antonio tries to repeat and grab its sixth championship. Now you can watch all the NBA you can handle with Android TV and in the U.S. you can follow your favorite teams and catch every pick, roll and dunk with an NBA League Pass. See your NBA sports on your Big Screen TV, tablet, smartphone or PC at home and work.
If you like professional baseball, then you will want to get your MLB.TV app and MLB.TV Premium subscription so on April 6 you can watch Opening Day and the follow the entire 2015 MLB season - subject to blackout restrictions, of course. You can watch live full games, archived games from 2014 and post-season games. Just like all Android TV Apps, you can watch them on your big screen, tablet, smartphone or PC. Android TV is a smart TV platform developed by Google and it runs their new Android 5.0 Lollipop operating system. It is an interactive experience by way of a 10-foot user interface.
It was announced on June 25, 2014 at the last Google I/O convention - they are hoping that it will make more of a splash then Google's earlier attempt called Google TV. Android TV can be built into the TV itself - Google is collaborating with Sony, Sharp and TP Vision - or you can use the set-top boxes like Nexus Player. What is so cool is that you will be able to access the Google Play Store - download Netflix, Hulu, YouTube games and the NBA Game Time for TV and MLB.TV and away you go! The interface can be navigated using a game controller, remote control, or the Android TV mobile app on your smartphone, tablet or PC. Please hit us up on our Google+ Page and let us know if you think you will be getting Android TV, and are you just wanting a Nexus Player, other TV Box or are you holding out for the Smart TV with Android TV built right into the set...as always, we would love to hear from you.