Google Introduces Composer for TV framework, designed to aid developers in enhancing the experience of Android TV apps!

On May 11, Google announced the launch of “Composer for TV”, a development framework aimed at enabling developers to create Android TV apps with more efficient code and an intuitive development interface.

According to Google’s official website, the Composer for TV framework boasts strong compatibility, allowing developers to transplant existing TV-side apps directly. Additionally, the framework supports direct calls to Android APIs, meaning that existing Android apps can be ported to Google TV without any secondary development.

Xiaomi TV Stick 4k Interface
Source: Xiaomi

Google has also released UI design specifications for Android TV to help developers improve the interactive experience of their apps on the big screen.

While Chromecast is still only testing the waters in the TV market, in recent years, Google has regained its ambition in the TV field, particularly with the largest TV manufacturer Samsung abandoning Tizen in favour of Android TV.

Expanding the number of apps on the platform has become a top priority for Google, and the Composer for TV framework is the best tool for Google to expand its TV ecosystem and influence.

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