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1.11.2-100-4443508 for Android
2.4 | 100,000,000+ Installs | Reviews

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Description of Android TV Launcher

Android TV Launcher is the jumping-off point for starting all activities on your Android TV entertainment device. The Launcher is optimized to put content at the center; from casual movie-watching, to edge-of-seat, immersive gameplay. It’s all about finding and enjoying content with the least amount of friction and providing quick access to all the features Android TV has to offer.

What's New with Android TV Launcher 1.11.2-100-4443508

Bug fixes


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    Picture in Picture missing.👎 need more improvements in user interface UI
    2020-10-03 05:56
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    The absolute worst, once again more intrusive advertising shoved in my face. Going to install Fire Stick on my Sony smart TV's to get rid of all this advertising. Don't want it, didn't ask for it, not going to put up with it.
    2020-08-31 03:44
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    Latest update broke functionality and shoves ads in users face. Very disappointed and moved on to a third party launcher now. Also the update description is wrong, it should say "Increases user annoyance and adds unwanted advertising"
    2020-08-19 09:57
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    I did not buy a high end android tv to be served ads on my homescreen. Avoid updating if you already have one of these devices. If you don't already have one of these devices, search elsewhere.
    2020-08-19 01:39
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    Works well, but I wish I could rearrange the order of things. Why do I have to go all of the way to the bottom to access "My Apps" and "Games"? Recommendations could also be better.
    2020-05-17 01:31
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    I wish I could give zero or negative stars. The update made a slightly outdated launcher more outdated. You can't customize and compared to FireTV, it looks like something you'd find on an elementary school interface. I've actually opted to purchase a FireStick for each of the four android smart tv's I own. This is just awful. Going back to the previous interface would be 100 steps forward.
    2019-12-29 03:53