Google TV: Watch Movies & TV

Google TV: Watch Movies & TV

By Google LLC

  • Category: Entertainment
  • Release Date: 2014-01-15
  • Current Version: 3.0.00021
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 399.21 MB
  • Developer: Google LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 14.0 or later.
Score: 2.47436
From 156 Ratings


The Google TV app, previously Play Movies & TV, makes it easy to find and enjoy the entertainment you love from across your apps, all in one place. With Google TV, you'll be able to: Find what to watch next Browse movies and TV episodes from across your streaming apps, all in one place and organized into topics and genres. Discover new things with recommendations based on what you love and what’s trending across the services you already have access to. Search for titles to see which apps are streaming them. Create a list for all your discoveries Add interesting shows and movies to your Watchlist to keep track of your new discoveries and view them later. The Watchlist is shared across your devices, so you can even add to your Watchlist from your TV or phone and laptop through Search on any browser. Take your favorites on-the-go Your recommendations, Library and Watchlist go with you wherever you go, whether it is out the front door or just to the other room. Start streaming right on your mobile device, or download your previously purchased entertainment from your Library to watch when you're not connected. Use your phone as your Google TV / Android TV remote With a remote built right into the app, you can find something great to watch even when the couch has eaten your remote. And you can use your phone’s keyboard to quickly type complicated passwords, movie names or search terms on your Google TV or other Android TV OS device Learn more about Google TV:



  • Movies and TV

    By Caution47
    It’s brand new. Working for a whole lot of different apps. Remember, just designed and new. Give it a chance. It will work perfectly very soon.
  • Why is functionality so poor?

    By Skitzer86
    I’m an iPhone user, is that why? I downloaded a movie on Google play. Streamed it to my chromecast. Have to obviously use my phone as the remote. Google TV (which I had to stream it from now that to my surprise google play is no longer an app to stream from) has a basic play/pause button, a super small slider but no fast forward or rewind in 10-30s intervals. Why? Too challenging for a Google programmer to build? A semi decent remote control function would be nice but the “google remote” that’s supposed to be part of the app doesn’t work. It doesn’t recognize any of the content that is streaming to my chromecast. These are simple things. It appears google has given up on usability and functionality now that google play app is dead.
  • Why not Apple TV?

    By 96kiloblips
    Wouldn’t the Google TV app be a perfect candidate for availability on the Apple TV? Like, wouldn’t I want to watch TV on my TV? I can think of three reasons why: 1) Pushing use of Chromecast, but this is aimed at people already in the Apple ecosystem (and I don’t want to cast/airplay, which is why I chose to connect what is essentially a computer to my TV in the form of the Apple TV) 2) Users unable to purchase content from the play store on the Apple TV itself, so it would solely be used for consuming content 3) Not as much user or usage data available to make the platform worth while I was a big-time Google user (Pixel phone, Google assistants in every room, chrome book), but since switched to Apple ecosystem. Instead of waiting for Google to improve the media experience on my platforms of choice (Google TV was too little too late) with non-commital dabbling with things like iOS support but not TVOS support, it was easier to just walk away from my purchase and start over on iTunes. If Google committed to providing my 4K content on all my devices, Google’s video service would have been a slam dunk. I wish I could have my library at the quality I purchased it on the device I want to watch it. Who else could do that besides Google? And they choose not to. Bummer.
  • New App is Horrible

    By Hbdle
    This new app is horrible. It’s not working properly. Even when I download a show, the app still doesn’t work. The old app was much better. The film plays, but I can’t see it.
  • Freezes on startup

    By NanoRon
    Garbage! Don't they bother to test these things before they publish them. Update: It works for my secondary account with no movies, but locks up and freezes for my main account with thousands of movies. UPDATE: VERSION 3.0.00021 still freezes on startup.
  • What kind of update is this??

    I cant even watch my purchased movie as it freezes everytime I go to the library!
  • Library still won’t load

    By roboyo
    My library still won’t load after update 3.0.00021. I’ve tried logging off and logging back in. Deleting and re-downloading loading the app. Nothing works
  • New updates offer confusion

    By ZombiePhan
    The last couple months have given me a Google TV app that “indicates” I have a library of purchased content — I just can’t see or stream any of it thru the service. The format has become too confusing to navigate. Not sure why they thought this overhaul was necessary. I suggest trying again. Google needs to be better than this…
  • Garbage since the beginning

    By mrmax1986
    This app is completely useless on iPhone. They obviously don’t care, too, because they haven’t fixed it in the months and months there have been issues. Complete regression. Movies Anywhere is your only hope to get consistent performance. This movie app can’t even play a movie.
  • Update 3.0.00021. Still broken 😞

    By Thecarlostorres
    I’m not able to browse or access my purchased library since the new app version rolled out. It freezes.