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Google TV Home

Google TV Home for PC and MAC

Is a Tools game developed by Google LLC located at 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View 94043. The game is suitable for Everyone and required Android version is .
Bing TV Home could be the basis for several tasks on the Google TV enjoyment device. Browse huge number of movies, programs, and television that is real time from your subscriptions and never have to jump between apps. Discover new things to look at with tips centered on everything you view and exactly what interests you.

How to run this game on PC or MAC

You can run all Android games and applications on your PC or MAC computer. Using a free software called Bluestacks, you don't need to purchase anything but games or applications it self if it isn't free.

  1. Download BlueStacks, a free Android emulator.
  2. Install BlueStacks from installation file.
  3. Now run BlueStacks and use the search tool of BlueStacks to find the Google TV Home.
  4. As you find the game then hit the installation button and install it by following on screen instructions.
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User Reviews
Not sure I see a point to this if you have a smart TV all the apps are on my TV but I gave this a go and whilst it worked fine it stopped my TV working properly - it would not switch back to normal TV mode, until I unplugged the thing. I guess if you have a TV without 'smart' ability then this would be useful but who has one of those? Can you even buy one? I have returned it for a refund.
No quite ready for prime time. The UI is split into tabs "For You", "TV", "Movies" and all of them include adverts for services you don't have. It even has the option to deselect services and uninstall apps you don't have... and yet, they still show up in most of the tabs. The "For You" tab is the closest to being usable, but even still it contains adverts for Google TV. It's a real shame, as for the most part the UI is pretty nice and it'd be great if you could see all the shows from your different services in one place, but since the tabs are full of shows from services you don't have, it renders them pretty useless. I contacted google, but they won't confirm if this is a bug or deliberate advertising.