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Google TV expands the reach of the Android and the web to television, but designing applications for the TV is fundamentally different than building apps for mobile, tablet or PCs. In this session we'll we share the core points of our user research and give you tips on how to connect with your users by designing beautiful and functional Android and web applications for the biggest screen in the house.
Google TV devices are typically the largest screen in the house, which makes them a prime platform for developers who want to distribute high quality, long form content right to the living room. We will talk about different options for hosting, streaming and securing your content on Google TV, and how to ensure your audience has a great experience viewing your content.
by Paul R. Saxman and Dave Fisher
With the advent of Google TV, there is now an Android device at the center of the living room. Building apps that run on Google TV, however, isn’t the only way for you to reach Google TV users. Learn how Google TV enables you to leverage other connected devices, such as smartphones, tablets, or PCs (i.e. the “second screen”) to interact with televisions.
27th–29th June 2012