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Nickelodeon app landed finally for Android TV, stream shows and videos

04 July 2016 0

We people have endless options to watch on Android TV. But what about those little people who become angry every time you switch on anything your favorite. They too want something they like and what could be more entertaining than the Nickelodeon. It's a great news for your children that they can now enjoy something on Android TV. Why only kids, we guess there are tons of people like us who still want to be childish and enjoy watching the cartoons. So, here's a great news, your favorite Nickelodeon app is making its way to Android TV finally but with a few restrictions. You can stream you favorite shows, videos on Android TV but you need a cable or satellite TV provider.

Nickelodeon is a premium channel and requires a cable or satellite TV login/ subscription in order to have the full access of the episodes.

Nickelodeon is similar to all the other network-specific apps that are available in the US at the moment. It is the similar thing as the Nick Android app for phones and tablets but you'll not able to access the games.

The app is named as “Nick for Android TV,” you can download it from the Google Play Store. It provides the same experience as you would get on a tablet or a phone. The only difference is Android TV will allow you to stream things on a big TV. Google Play Store lists the names of your favorite shows that you can watch, "SpongeBob SquarePants, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Henry Danger, and a lot more. "

You can download the app from the Play Store.

Nick for Android TV | Android | Google Play Store, Free



Nickelodeon app landed finally for Android TV, stream shows and videos
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