- Android TV faces limitations in storage and performance
- Google has introduced app hibernation and app bundles to address space issues
- Android TV using Android 12 or higher will benefit from reduced wake-up time and improved performance
There are some limitations in tvs using android tv because we know they use their own version of Android on them, which, to be honest, is average in performance. But what if we tell you that Google has found a way to improve it? Yes, it is true, as Google has made an announcement to improve google tv and the android tv interface.
Efficient storage for Android TV
The most common issue users face in Android tv is space. We run out of free space to download apps and content very early, but Google has now found a way to resolve it by the addition of two new features, which are already available in the Android version of mobile. These two features are App hibernation and App bundles. The use of these two features will result in apps taking up less space.
Android tv using Android 12 or higher will take advantage of app hibernation, which will delete temporary data available on your tv from time to time, like cache. This feature will create more space which eventually will make the user experience better.
App bundles optimize the size of the download of applications by reducing the size of the application by 25% approximately on your android tv, which will create more space.
Improved performance, better TV experience
The wake-up time of your android tv will also be reduced after these updates, which will reduce the delay when users will be using the remote control. You will also be able to see the startup animation earlier. These performance improvements will enhance the user experience by a good margin. These are not the most vital adjustments, but surely they will boost user experience.
Google has been pretty consistent with updates for its streaming devices and platforms, which make its streaming devices one of the best. Google intends to provide a smoother experience to its users in the future by enhancing the performance of its streaming devices.