After Roku and FireStick came in the streaming market, people somehow forgot the Android TV. But now NBCUniversal has launched several apps for the platform. Starting on July 10th, there will be five apps from the developers on Android TV.
These apps include Bravo, E!, Oxygen, SYFY, and USA Network. All of the features of the above apps are similar in design for the UI.
For watching TV, you need a cable login, however, NBCUniversal is providing you three credits to use the services without signup at all.
After NBC’s official launch, you can view several shows like Mr. Robot, Suits, Krypton, etc on your Android TV.
The good thing about the apps from NBCUniversal supports a feature that makes you not to switch between apps for watching shows. Just hop down to the network settings of the app and switch between the channels easily, which are under NBC.
Source: Android Central
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