Google TV is about the capacity to filter through the tremendous number of TV shows and motion pictures accessible on different streaming services. That is the reason the expansion of client profiles on Google TV has been a particularly interesting possibility, however sadly, the element has been postponed.
Initially, Google let us know that profiles would be carrying out during the month of November, a timetable that has clearly gone back and forth now. The good news is that this feature is as yet coming, however the terrible news is that it has been postponed without a particular timeline to anticipate.
Google lets us know that profiles on Google TV have been deferred and will begin carrying out in the “coming months.” This most probable, in our view, highlights the feature launching at some point one year from now, yet there’s clearly room for the feature to make a big appearance at some point this month. The organization didn’t give any subtleties on the reason for the postponement.
Profiles on Google TV, when they show up, will enable different clients to have accounts on a similar gadget (for example Chromecast, Sony Bravia, TCL) with various homescreen layouts for every client. This would permit Google TV to offer personalized recommendations for every client while everybody can get to similar applications.
Past that, Google likewise affirmed that Google TV’s Ambient Mode cards have not been postponed. Truth be told, the new feature is carrying out now, basically to certain clients. Google says that the rollout has begun with a “small [percentage]” of clients in the United States.