Those with LG intelligent TVs are about to have some-more options to tide video directly from their prosaic screen. In an intriguing new partnership, a association announced that it will supplement capability for Google Play Movies TV to a WebOS intelligent TV height (as good as a comparison NetCast 4.0 and 4.5 platform) this month. This will make webOS the first intelligent TV platform outside of Google’s Android TV system (included on name Sony TVs) to offer entrance to Google Play Movies TV directly.
“U.S. consumers are increasingly perfectionist fresh, high-quality calm and we’re saying a intelligent TV marketplace grow quick as a result,” pronounced LG USA exec David VanderWaal in a statement. “Offering a consumers a best probable home party knowledge is a top priority and a partnership with Google to offer Google Play Movies and TV helps LG broach some-more peculiarity calm options along with heading TV design peculiarity and a elementary and quick intelligent TV knowledge powered by a webOS Smart TV platform.”
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The new partnership means that users will be means to lease and buy from Google Play’s preference of new, classical and eccentric TV and film offerings. Users will also be means to seamlessly watch Google Play calm between their LG TVs and smartphones, tablets or PCs.
LG Smart webOS-enabled TVs now offer a ability to watch programming from a accumulation of streaming apps, including Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Video, YouTube, and Vudu. Adding Google Play should assistance a code keep users streaming directly from their LG TVs, rather than going to an outward pennon like Google’s Chromecast.
LG also recently announced that it will offer an ascent to a comparison era TVs to a comparatively new webOS 2.0 system, that offers a “more intuitive” blueprint and shortcuts, reduced boot-up time, and softened responsiveness.
Availability for Google Play Movies TV will eventually be accessible in 104 countries, according to LG, nonetheless a service will initially roll out in only a U.S., a U.K., Australia, and Canada someday this month.