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6 Best Android TV Apps in 2019

by Edward Lewis consultant

Android TV provides television interface and allows you to run various applications on big screen ideally. It is considered as slow and buggy earlier and was not an ideal alternative for Apple TV or Chromecast but not anymore. A lot of issues are fixed quietly in it, and various new features are added to make it valuable. It has been almost five years since its launch, and there are a large number of games and games available for Android TV now. Also, most of the Android TVs come with built-in Chromecast, which means any app with Chromecast support is destined to run on Android TV.

Here are some of the best Android TV apps:

1. Amazon Prime Video

Amazon Prime Video is easily one of the best streaming services platform. When it comes to Chromecast, it is not supportive but is easy to access on Android TV. You will get a variety of exciting content to select. Though, you will have to pay a dedicated price to enjoy all of its benefits. Various channels are being offered with Amazon prime video as well. 

2. Hulu

Hulu is another great video streaming service option for Android TV. It also features a lot of shows for watching and even lets you watch live TV channels. From local sports channels to entertainment channels, you can watch almost everything by paying additional fees for the channels. Also, Hulu allows you to stream its in-house content with live TV as well. By paying more, you can get extra cloud storage space and add  Cinemax, HBO, Showtime.    

3. Netflix

Netflix is not only the best but also one of the cheapest video streaming services available in the market. It provides a vast collection of TV shows and movies that you can watch whenever you want. This app is a must-have Android TV app, and the Android TV version of this app comes with a look and feel of PlayStation and Xbox versions. If you have used Netflix before, you must be aware of its convenience. It is compatible with 4K video along with Dolby Vision and HDR 10 if your TV supports the same.

4. Sling TV

If we talk about the first Live TV apps, Sling TV is one of them. It lets users easily connect with local sports as well as cable TV. Without spending much money, you can access a few premium channels too. YouTube TV is also an excellent app for Android TV. You can find particular channel apps such as CBS All Access, WatchESPN, and more as an alternative for it.

5. Spotify

For streaming music on most of the platforms, Spotify is one of the best options. It is the same in the case of Android TV also. You can explore podcasts and video content along with music too. The quality of the audio is decent on Spotify, and the word is around that the company is experimenting with Hi-Fi music to let you enjoy the available content in the best way possible. If you have a home theater set up, the music listening experience will be unbeatable.

6. YouTube

YouTube consists of as much as videos that you can’t even watch in a lifetime. From tech to music to comedy to politics, you can ideally watch all type of videos on YouTube. Its affordable price adds more value to it. For an ad-free experience, you will have to get the premium subscription. The Android TV version of YouTube is not as excellent as other platforms, though. You can, however, choose to cast from the YouTube app available on your Smartphone.

So, these are the best Android TV apps that you can enjoy with the comfort of your home!

Edward Lewis is a creative person who has been writing blogs and articles about cybersecurity. He writes about the latest updates regarding mcafee.com/activate and how it can improve the work experience of users. His articles have been published in many popular e-magazines, blogs, and websites.

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