In addition to the streaming platforms that allow us to view a multitude of premium content with a small paid subscription, different free television channels are also proliferating over the Internet, and sometimes accessing them is not entirely easy.
Google wants to simplify the process by adding to Google TV more than 800 free television channels, a function that reaches the United States, and that could be extended to the rest of the markets.
The Mountain Viewers have announced the arrival of more than 800 channels free to Google TV noting that “Introducing a new Live TV experience that lets you explore over 800 free channels across multiple providers, organized in an easy-to-use guide right on the Live tab.”.
They say that from now on they are integrating access to free channels from Tubi, Plex and Haystack News directly into the live tab, along with the existing list of PlutoTV channels.
Access to hundreds of channels without the need for an additional app
The good thing about these channels is that we can watch them without downloading or starting an application. Among the amalgamation of free channels are NBC, ABC, CBS and Fox, but we can also tune in to channels from all over the world with programming in more than 10 languages, especially Spanish.
So it brings together all the new free channels and organizes them for easy finding, plus they can be saved to favorites for quick and easy access.
On the other hand, if the user has a YouTube TV premium subscription, or access to other paid channels, they can also be found in the “live” tab to watch them.
It should be clarified that these new free channels are available on all devices Google TV in the US, including Chromecast with Google, TVs and TVs with Google TV built-in from Sony, TCL, HiSense and Philips. There are plans to bring this guide to television and the channels to other Android TV devices later this year.