Content recommendations and watchlists will eventually be customized for each user.
After its launch in October last year, Google TV finally got one of the most requested features: support for multiple user profiles.
Google TV is a modification of the Google Android TV operating system. It's not clear if there are strict rules, but it looks like the Android TV branding will be discontinued in version 9 for commercial devices, and for Android 10 and smart TVs, the OS will be called "Google". Instead of the usual network of broadcast icons, Google TV displays views on the home screen, prioritizing the important items - the content - and the service it's using. The system is completely public without profile support, so every TV user is affected by the list of recommended content.Advertising
By supporting multiple users, Google TV Home finally makes sense that a child's play from Sesame Street won't interfere with an adult Squid game broadcast. Users will receive their recommendations. You can access profiles to your personal Google account data through the Google Assistant so you can ask for things like "show my calendar" and get the result.Magnify/TV "Ambient TV" mode Google TV.Google
By supporting profile, Google is also upgrading Google TV environment mode, which displays more personalized information when the TV is idle. Become. "From the latest match scores to the weather, news and more, TV informs you of information based on your profile. You can also use on-screen shortcuts to navigate your photos or get started," Google says. Play music and podcasts. Just one click. p>
Current environment mode is only available in the US, but Google says it supports profiles globally on Google TV devices from Sony, TCL and later on new streaming. Google Chromecast coming soon.
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