More and more people are looking for ‘smart’ features before buying their TVs, knowing about the new trend, the technology giant has launched its Google TV service for more than a decade, thanks to its Chromecast over time. A device that allows users to take a regular TV (with a USB connection) and turn it into a smart TV.
This was announced in an interview with Rob Caruso, Product Managing Director of Google TV for International Media Protocol. The company will be very interested in providing fitness and video conferencing services through the platform.
Although Caruso did not mention the specific characteristics of each service, he did highlight Fitness has been called the “biggest area to explore”Similarly, it is also mentioned Zoom in, The popular video conferencing service, is one of the possible additions (it should be noted that Google TV already has another video conferencing and video calling service, which is similar to Duo).
Although the video streaming service is compatible with Google, it does not have many advanced functions, for example, since the site’s programs can not be added to Google TV, Netflix used directorial space to refer to it. The OS ‘own watchlist, and although he does not guarantee change, he said things will improve when new features are added.
The company is keen to increase the amount of free live programming available on the platform, one example being the addition of the free service Pluto TV, which has added more than 300 live channels to its list. In the same way, Google TV users have the opportunity to claim the Peacock Premium free copyright for six months until December 31, 2022, which provides access to original content, live games, movies and custom WWE shows (after free time, choosing not to cancel the subscription This service costs users $ 5 per month).
Although Caruso did not specify release dates for any of the services mentioned, he said he expects them to arrive “later this year”.
According to Google, there are approximately 110 million Android TV devices worldwide, and seven of the top ten smart TV manufacturers use its software, both for Android TV and the new Google TV launcher that comes with it.
To be an accessible communication platform for the public and to allow meetings with groups around the world; Google has begun publishing real-time translated texts across the Internet and mobile devices.
After announcing this feature at its developer conference last year, the technology company started testing this feature with small audiences and has now decided to officially release it. It broadcasts meetings in English only in four languages: French, German, Portuguese and Spanish.
The tool seeks to be useful not only in the workplace, but also in the educational environment, because, according to Google, this feature works to “connect and interact with educators, students, parents, and community partners from diverse backgrounds.”
To use the function, Users need to open Google Meet, click on the ‘More Options’ button while they are in the meeting (a vertical three-dot icon), then go to ‘Settings’ and finally ‘Subtitles’. They have to enable the option, then enable the ‘Translated verses’ option and set the English language to select one of the available languages.
Subtitles are currently only available in desktop beta versions for the paid versions of Google Workspace Business Plus, Enterprise Standard, Enterprise Plus, Teaching & Learning Upgrade and Education Plus, and it is worth clarifying once again that this service is. It is implemented gradually, so some users have to wait at least 15 days to enjoy this tool.