All you Google TV Fans, owners, developers or even keen followers listen up as the final version of the Google TV SDK is now live and ready for you to play with.
Following on from the August preview build we now have the full release, so devs out their can now get coding and we may see a Honeycomb upgrade very soon.
Here are the differences and changes from the Google TV Blog:
A few weeks back we released the preview of the Google TV add-on for Android SDK. Today, we’re releasing the final add-on for the upcoming release of Google TV software.
The differences in this version from the preview release are minor:
We heard your feedback, and the Action Bar now renders horizontally, in line with other Android devices. We’ve published code for a left-side navigation bar since that may work better for navigating with D-Pad when you have vertically scrolling lists. Check out an example app built using the sample code here.
There are additional keys on the screen for quick access, e.g., picture-in-picture, fast forward, channel up/down, etc. Please note that these keys will only work with the next Android SDK Tools, revision 14.
We’re very excited about the strong interest from the developer community in bringing their apps to TV, and we look forward to continuing to deliver powerful tools which enable innovative forms of entertainment for the living room.
Head on over now to the SDK Manager and get the SDK you need to start developing.
You can also check out the Google TV Android developers guide for more details on getting the SDK here – Google TV Code
Via: Google TV Blog