After a slight delay, Nvidia is today officially pushing out Android Oreo to all Shield TV owners with Shield Experience 7.0.

Android Oreo’s rollout to Android TV has been abysmally slow, and Nvidia, shockingly, was one of the culprits for a while. Earlier this year the company revealed it was waiting on developers to update their apps before pushing Oreo and its massive redesign to customers. That finally started a few weeks ago but was put on pause due to a bug.

Now, after a successful release to beta testers, Nvidia is rolling out Oreo to all Shield TV owners. The update arrives as the same Shield Experience 7.0 with the same changelog as before.

Users will quickly notice the brand new, fully redesigned homescreen experience, as well as new app features, improvements to the remote, and much more. If you’re using a Shield TV, head to Settings > About > System Updates to download the latest version.

The full changelog for Shield Experience 7.0 is available on Nvidia’s website.

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