Google TV launched in October 2010. But for many users, the lack of Hulu — along with the awkwardness of the interface and lack of cooperation from TV networks and content providers — was a huge turnoff. Now Google aims to fix that with a massive overhaul, upgrading Google TV with its Android operating system.
Google announced on its Google TV blog Friday that the platform will be upgraded to Android 3.1
New update are focused on four areas:
1. Keep it simple
The interface is now much simpler. The new customizable home screen gets you to your favorite content quickly.
2. Make it easy to find something worth watching.
3. Make YouTube better on TV.
4. Bringing more apps to TV.