The overview covers video apps, games, and books under the names Watching, Games, and Reading. The Watch screen shows you content from all of your video apps, including YouTube. Only Netflix seems to be not sharing.
This screen also shows the series and movies you have been watching recently. Finally, you will see all the content recommended for you here. The design of this screen is very similar to Google TV, the smart TV operating system from the tech giant.
All your games and books
Games combine different games on the screen, such as the games you were last working on and recommendations from Google’s algorithm. You can also play some games here on a trial basis, without downloading them completely.
The Reading screen displays books from the Google Play Books collection. You will also find sample chapters from new books and audiobooks.
Later this year
Entertainment Space will be rolling out “later this year” worldwide on various tablets, including from Lenovo and Sharp. In the US, it will soon be available on Walmart tablet.
According to Google, the number of Android tablet users has increased by thirty percent in the past year. With the new feature, the company wants to make it easier to view all of your content, without having to open different apps.
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