The company is also adding new collections to Android TV to highlight select groups of apps. The categories are called “Stream shows and movies you love,” “Learn New Things,” “Play with your remote,” and “Play with your gamepad.”
If you don’t have access to Android TV, you’re not out of luck. At some point in the past, you’ve probably used Google Search to find recommendations for new shows and movies to watch. To help you keep track of things you want to watch, Google is adding a new Watchlist tab to Search on mobile devices that allows you to save any recommendations for future reference. You can access the functionality by typing “what to watch” into Google, and then tapping “Watchlist” to add a show or movie to your list. If you ever want to get back, type “my watchlist” into Search. You can also find your watchlist through the Collections section of the Google app.
In the same blog post, Google also highlighted some of its previous efforts to help entertain people while they’re forced to stay inside, including its new two-month free Stadia offer.
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