Posted by Ars Technic on December 26, 2017 07:30:09 Android TV (4.2) is a new version of the Android TV platform that was first announced back in October 2017.
It’s a big change from Android TV 1.0, which was an incremental update that brought new features and functionality to the platform.
However, the new platform comes with its fair share of problems.
This is the first article we’ve written covering the 4.0 Android TV update, so be sure to check back with us soon to get the most up-to-date news.
The 4.1 update brings several significant improvements to Android TV, including the ability to access a number of new streaming services including HBO Now, Hulu Plus, Netflix, and Amazon Prime Video.
Additionally, the app is now compatible with Google Cast devices, so you can now stream live TV without needing to download a separate app to stream to your TV.
While the 4 and 4.x update have brought a lot of new features to the Android platform, there’s still plenty of room for improvement, so it’s a good idea to keep a close eye on Android TV as we move forward.
In addition to the new apps, we’ve also got some additional details on how to install the new version.
If you’re a developer looking to get your apps up and running, this article will walk you through the process.
If you’re not interested in reading about installing an update, we suggest you skip ahead to the next section.
The most obvious change in 4.3 is the addition of the Netflix app to the app drawer.
Netflix is a streaming video service that currently has over 2 billion subscribers, and it’s available on all devices, from tablets to TVs.
Netflix has a very solid app store that’s filled with a lot more content than you might expect.
The app also features a very powerful selection of movies, TV shows, and documentaries.
You can search for and download specific titles, or you can watch them directly from the app.
We’ve also added support for the HBO Now streaming service, which includes shows like House of Cards, Game of Thrones, and The Good Wife.
As with the app update, you’ll need to download the app and install it to your Android TV device.
We suggest that you do this in the app settings.
When you do, you should have a few options to choose from.
First, the Netflix button.
Tap this button to start watching a Netflix title.
If your device is running Android 4.4.4, it will show up as a new icon in the settings menu.
Next, you can change the “show me more” menu option.
This menu lets you show a list of all of your favorite Netflix content and choose to either watch them on the fly, or if you’re watching them locally, stream them to your device.
Once you’ve made your selection, you’re ready to go.
If, for whatever reason, you want to keep all of the content in one place, you might want to switch to “view from home.”
This option will let you browse through a list that’s organized by title and lets you view them all in one spot.
You can also change the color scheme for each app by clicking the “settings” icon.
This will bring up a menu that’s mostly empty, with the exception of a few apps.
From here you can choose from a selection of different colors, which is great for the new 4.5 Android TV app.
You’ll also notice that Netflix’s app now includes a “top recommendations” section.
This section lets you search for movies, shows, documentaries, and TV shows based on what you’ve watched.
We like the fact that you can sort your recommendations alphabetically, but you can also add other genres to the list if you prefer.
If the search is too broad, you could end up with some random TV shows that you don’t like.
If the Netflix experience on Android 4 is anything like the Netflix Experience on iOS or Amazon Fire TV, it’s pretty solid.
However the 4 apps update did bring some significant issues, including missing support for some streaming services, missing support of some of the apps on your Fire TV device, and issues with the Netflix video player on your Android device.
While Netflix’s update should address most of these issues, the apps update is still lacking.
If Netflix is your first app, you may want to wait for 4.7.
The 4.6 update will bring support for a new Google Cast API that will let Netflix and other streaming services interact with the Android media server.
While this feature won’t be fully integrated with the 4 app update yet, we do hope that this new API will open up the door for more new services to be added to the Netflix family.
The next major change in the 4 update is the new Google TV app, which brings an entirely new interface to the Google TV platform.
The interface for the app, while still