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Pluto, Tubi, and More Are Now Available for Free on Google TV's 'Live' Tab

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Google TV adds Plex, Tubi, and Haystack to the ‘Live’ tab for a total of over 800 free channels (Image credit- Chrome Unboxed)

The fact that Google TV is taking strides to make it simpler for users to access the material they want is encouraging given the constantly evolving landscape of streaming services. Users may now view dozens of live channels without purchasing additional subscriptions thanks to the new free channels that have been added. This is a wonderful step forward for streaming services, increasing the possibilities for users, as per the report. Reruns of vintage TV episodes and films, together with other well-liked content, make up the majority of the new Google TV free channels, which provide viewers with a wide range of programming without having to pay a monthly fee. As already said, the majority of these channels are ad-supported, thus in order to access the content, users must watch advertisements. Nevertheless, this isn't necessarily a bad thing because smaller streaming services frequently take the time to make sure their content is devoid of any explicit or upsetting material. [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="1500"]Google TV Now Comes with Free Channels Under the 'Live' Tab: Pluto, Tubi,  and More | Tech Times Image credit- Tech Times[/caption] Additionally, Google TV offers a huge selection of Spanish- and international-language channels in addition to regional news programming. Ensuring that viewers receive the most recent information from all over the world, raises the bar for streaming services. The free channels on Google TV are regrettably only accessible in the United States, so people residing in other countries cannot use them. However, it is accessible on every Google TV device, Chromecast, and TV made by Sony, Hisense, and other manufacturers. In other words, you may still get the free channels without a Google TV device. In general, it is fantastic to see Google TV expanding its selection of free programming and streamlining viewer access to the stuff they want. [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="1280"]Google TV expands its free streaming lineup to over 800 live TV channels,  including Tubi, Plex, Haystack and more | TechCrunch Image credit- TechCrunch[/caption] Viewers may now enjoy a variety of engaging material without having to purchase additional subscriptions thanks to the advent of hundreds of ad-supported channels. On Google's official post, fans can view the complete list of 800 free channels. Users in the United States can only access the channels through the "Live" tab on the Google TV home page. For each service, such as Pluto, Tubi, Haystack News, and Plex, users must download the corresponding apps before they may access content from other sources. A superb watching experience is guaranteed with the support of Google TV devices from Sony, Hisense, and other manufacturers. However, not all devices can access Google TV's free channels, so before attempting, users should confirm that theirs are compatible. Also read: The live guide of Google TV now features even more free shows The new feature of Google TV makes it a fantastic choice for individuals looking for a selection of free content. It's going to be a well-liked option in the near future because there is a tonne of great programs to watch and it's convenient to stream from the home screen.  

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