Google Releases Android TV Remote App for iOS

Almost two years after launching the Android TV, Google released the remote control application for iOS devices. Now, you can control the set-top box from an iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch with iOS 8 or higher. The app adopts the same intuitive and efficient Material design as of the Android devices. To use the app to control your Android TV you need to be connected to the same Wi-Fi network. After that, you can use the D-pad or touch pad to control the TV. Voice commands and keyboard are also available to speed up searches.

 

 

Android TV remote for iPhone allows you to: – Use d-pad or touchpad gestures to control your Android TV. – Enter text with keyboard. – Search using voice commands. – Connect multiple remotes to Android TV for multiplayer gaming.

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Android TV Remote App Since as Android TV is increasingly being used as an operating system on TV sets around the world, it makes sense that Google makes available the remote control application for the largest possible number of platforms. The application for Android TV is available for download today in the App Store.

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