A few months ago, the Android TV platform was a niche, niche product with little traction outside of tech nerds and Android enthusiasts.
Now, with Android TV set to become the first fully mobile device to be announced as part of Google’s Nexus line, the platform is gaining traction.
That has some observers worried about how the platform will impact consumers.
But the real question is whether Android TV will become a major competitor to Apple TV in the next few years.
Read moreGoogle PlayTV, Google’s new streaming service, was initially scheduled to launch in June of this year.
But that was delayed to February due to the launch of Android TV.
It’s expected to be a standalone streaming device, similar to the Roku Streaming Stick, which has had its launch delayed to May, and will have its launch in October.
Google’s Play TV service is expected to have a price point similar to Roku’s: $30.
Google also announced the addition of its own Chromecast device this week, which will allow Android users to use its services without the need for an Android TV box.
But it’s not clear how much Google will be charging for Android TV and if it will offer the same price as Roku.
Google said that it is not currently planning to charge $50 or $60 per month for Android television.
However, Google is offering a 30-day trial of AndroidTV to users who have purchased an Android device running Google’s Android OS for the first time.
Users who don’t already have a Google Play TV device can sign up for a free trial of the Google TV platform.
The free trial will cost $19.99 per month, or $19 for the month.
That means users who already have an Android phone or tablet can sign-up for a $29.99 free trial.
It will also be available for $29 in the US and Canada, and $19 in Mexico and the Caribbean.
It’ll also be coming to other countries including Brazil and Australia.