In recent weeks, an early demonstration of the Android O has been made available to some users and here are their first impressions. The first thing that is easy to notice, is that its INTERFACE is actually more comfortable compared to those of well-known brands such as Apple TV and Chromecast.
Android O do lack some features, for example: Google Assistant it’s not running on it yet, however, he has a nice groundwork already done.
Android TV is very similar to the likes of Fire TV and Xbox, it has a function that allows you to create channels from which the user can then scroll through with glimpses already there, thus making it much easier to find what the user wants to watch.
There is also an option to select the traditional grid view, which displays all of the applications that the user wants to view, enabling an intuitive navigation experience.
Some ease-of-use, features are also available, users can record Netflix shows to watch later with a held press of the icon. Content decision-makers, however, can make it complicated as it is opt-in, and they can choose not to be displayed in the Android TV listing, as well as locking their content to their own application.