The first streaming service you probably think of when Amazon is mentioned is Prime Video, but the company also runs the ad-supported IMDb TV. Now, IMDb TV is officially expanding to Android TV.
IMDb TV launched in mid-2019 with free streaming content and has since expanded with more TV shows and movies with some notable current offerings being Arrival, Mad Men, Lost, The Lincoln Lawyer, and many others. The service is still completely free, relying on ads to generate revenue from the content.
Today, IMDb TV is officially announcing an expansion to a bunch of new platforms. That includes LG’s WebOS smart TVs produced between 2018 and 2021 and the PlayStation 4, but also to Android TV devices. If that sounds familiar, it might be because the app first made an appearance in the Play Store about a month ago. As of today, though, that app is officially supported with a list of compatible devices. Specifically, IMDb TV calls out Android TV support for the Nvidia Shield TV, the TiVo Stream 4K, and the Chromecast with Google TV as well. The app has also been available on Sony’s Android TVs for a bit.
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