After announcing the revision of its cloud gaming service policies, NVIDIA began testing the availability of GeForce NOW for devices equipped with the Android TV operating system.
Until then, the platform was only available for SHIELD TV devices, from the brand itself. But that seems to be about to change. Support for Google's television system came in the latest version of the app.
In the changelog, NVIDIA explains that the latency and quality on an Android TV may vary depending on the device. In South Korea, the LG U + UHD3 set top box is the first to receive optimization for the cloud gaming service.
The trend now is for more models to be supported. Reddit users also reported that APK v5.27 was downloaded successfully and was successful to run on the Xiaomi Mi Box S and Sony TV 4K 2015.
NVIDIA also adds that support for GeForce NOW on Android TV in general is still under development. The company's plans include the official launch in the near future, with support for "selected" devices. That is, do not expect the tool to be enabled for all users.
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