Posted on Wednesday, November 2, 2011
Sony unveiled this week a software update to their Sony Internet TV and Sony Internet TV Blu-ray Disc player line that upgrades Google TV on all devices. The new version adds the Android Market for apps including many designed and optimized for television. In addition to adding the Android Market, the new update brings a simpler and clean interface, improved performance, and better search functionality to all currently installed Sony Internet TV and Sony Internet TV Blu-ray owners.
Additionally, future consumers of Sony Internet TVs and Blu-ray Disc players will receive the update during the initial start-up installation. Other new benefits include better integration with Android and iOS devices, like smartphones and tablets.
With the Android Market integration, new Sony apps will be added regularly, allowing television viewers unique and customizable entertainment experiences. At launch, original Sony applications will include TrackID, which searches and identifies music heard on television broadcasts, packaged media or streaming video. Additionally, Sony Select will deliver a curated collection, highlighting featured applications to consumers in an easy-to-browse manner.
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