Android TV

Android TV is a smart television platform developed by Google. Based on the Android operating system, this platform is an ecosystem of software and applications used in televisions. Android TV adds smart features to televisions, allowing you to watch and use a variety of digital content.

Android TV is a platform supported by many television manufacturers. With an Android TV, you can access the internet and interact with various applications, games and digital content via your television's Wi-Fi or Ethernet connection.

Android TV allows you to download and use various apps through the Google Play Store. These apps include video streaming services (Digiturk Play, Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video, etc.), music streaming services (Spotify, Google Play Music, etc.), games, news apps, and more. You can also access popular video sharing platforms like YouTube.

Android TV also integrates with Google Assistant. So you can control the TV, search for content or manage your other smart home devices with voice commands.

Android TV supports high-definition content, features such as 4K Ultra HD and HDR (high dynamic range). Some Android TV models may also have gaming capabilities.

Android TV is a platform that offers users a wide range of applications and content, providing a smart television experience. Also, since it is part of the Android operating system ecosystem, it can integrate with Android-based phones or tablets and offer various synchronization features.