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Google brings over 300 free live TV channels to Google TV

Free Live TV on Google TV

Just in time for the holidays, Google today announced the availability of new live TV content on Google TV in the US Thanks to its partnership with Pluto TV, you can access over 300 live TV channels. continue for free on Google TV. Google will also feature Free Live TV recommendations in the For You tab. This new content will be available in the coming weeks. In addition to live TV, you can now access thousands of series with ads for free from the Movies & Shows tab in the YouTube app.

More new content on Google TV:

  1. Try other free Google TV apps. Go to the Apps tab to find a range of “Free Movies and TV Shows” apps to download, including Tubi, Xumo, and Red Bull TV.
  2. Enjoy six months of Peacock Premium at no extra charge. For a limited time, when you activate your new Google TV (or other Android TV device) in the US, you can get Peacock Premium at no extra cost. (After that, it’s $4.99 a month plus tax, but you can cancel at any time – see all the details for more info.) You’ll get everything Peacock has to offer – hit movies and shows, exclusive originals, WWE, live sports and more. Go to the For You or Apps tab after you set up your device redeem vouchers.
  3. Redeem Google Play Points for movies, shows, apps and more. If the movie or TV show you’re looking for isn’t available from your services or free providers, you can rent or buy over 200,000 movies and TV episodes directly from Google TV, starting from $2.99. Whether it’s a new release or an old favorite, just search for it with your voice and click “Rent.” And with Play Points loyalty program, you can earn points for every dollar you spend and redeem them for free Play Credits, which you can use to buy more movies, shows, books, apps, and games.

The Final Word

While Google has been condemned for coming late to the party in terms of online streaming, the news has been well received by the tech world. For most users that are fans of such series, paying huge subscription fees has never been something that they have wanted to do. To overcome this problem, they have always use platforms like Pirate Bay to download the episodes, series and even movies which they have been interested in. With the new Google TV, the number of online streaming services that are paid has crossed a hundred!

The source: Google

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