Voice Search And PrimeTime Come To Google TV

A significant upgrade converted onto Look for Google TV Wed, one that makes it much simpler to use, even without the all-important handheld control.

Voice search has been included, enabling customers vocalize their preferred programs or reveals. Look for Google TV can choose out personal programs, so when customers say "CNN" or "Comedy Main," as well as personal reveals, the orders will bring up looking selection for both stay and on need periods.

Users can also give more unexplained speech orders to discover what they are looking for. According to Look for Google, saying something like "show about dream football" will take up "The League" and personal periods for other reveals that include dream (American) soccer.

Voice search also works with YouTube video clips, enabling for both particular and more unexplained queries, based on the verbal control.

Ready for PrimeTime :

Google also modified the TV & Films app for Look for Google TV, dubbing it PrimeTime.

PrimeTime allows customers proceed viewing tv while surfing around on need content, as the new PrimeTime selection only takes up a part of the end half of the display.

Users can also use PrimeTime to discover what is currently enjoying on their preferred programs, as well as on need periods of those and identical reveals.

The Look for Google TV upgrade comes along with an upgrade to the YouTube app for Android operating system, which allows an Android operating system intelligent phone or product act as a distant for enjoying YouTube video clips on the big display.

The upgrade is coming first on LG Smart TVs over the next few several weeks, with second-generation Look for Google TV gadgets getting it "in the coming months."

First-gen Look for Google TV components will skip out on the speech search function, but will see PrimeTime and interface with the YouTube Android operating system app at that time.
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