The Google TV Setup app has quietly arrived on the Play Store, even though it comes pre-installed on devices such as the Chromecast with Google TV.
The first time you set up Chromecast with Google TV, you will go through a fairly standard process. This includes connecting to your Gmail account, setting the system language, and joining a Wi-Fi community. You can then opt into certain Google services, and add all your subscriptions to streaming services so they appear on the Google TV home screen.
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The listing shows that the app was updated on July 29, with version 1.0.387006873. Android Police noticed it and noted that it is highly probable that you will be able to add or remove streaming platforms by moving to the Play Store. This is not mentioned in the Google TV Setup app listing.
Google TV Setup will get you started with your Google TV entertainment system. You can configure your Wi-Fi connection, sign in to Google, and select your favorite media service to get the best out of your device. You can also add users to the program, so everyone in your house can find new things to watch and receive personalized recommendations.
We have over 50 million Google TV installs, so we can at least get an indication of how many Google TV-enabled devices are available. For those who would like to try it, you can’t put this on an Android phone.