What you need to know about streaming video apps on Android 7.1 and 8.0, including Google Play Movies and TV services, Google’s cloud storage service and more

This is a condensed version of a story we wrote earlier this month on Android apps that offer a wide variety of streaming services.

Here’s what we learned: 1.

Android TV apps can now stream to Chromecast, Chromecast Ultra, Fire TV, Roku, Apple TV, Samsung Smart TVs, Amazon Fire TV Stick, Samsung XBox One, Amazon XBox and more.

Android’s latest update introduces a number of new streaming apps.

The full list of streaming apps includes Chromecast and Chromecast Ti, Fire, Chromecasts, Fire Stick, Fire and Chromecast HD, Chromebox and Chromeboy, FireTV, Firestick, Firetv, Firewalls and Chrometas.

Here are some of the most popular streaming apps for Android devices: Google Play Games, YouTube TV, YouTube Music, Google Play Books, Google Search, Google Maps, Google Docs, Google Hangouts, Google Drive, Google Photos, Google Plus, Google TV, Google Translate, Google Wallet, Google Webmaster Tools, Google Reader, Google Videos, Google Weather, Google News and more to name a few.

2.

Android apps can play any music, video, TV show, book, magazine, audiobook, or audiobook podcast.

You can play up to 100 songs, books, movies, TV shows, podcasts, TV episodes, TV series, TV comics, and more from Google Play Music, YouTube, YouTube Movies, YouTube Play Music Music, and Google Play TV, Movies, TV Shows, TV Series, and TV comics.

Google Play Radio can play a variety of music and radio stations from the Google Play Store, including Spotify, Rdio, SiriusXM, TuneIn, and others.

3.

Google’s new Chromecast-powered Android TV boxes can now play Netflix and Hulu Plus on Android TV devices.

Google says Chromecast TV has been a “must-have” for the Chromecast community.

4.

Android Apps can now be launched from Chrome Apps on Android.

Google offers a Chrome-based launcher on Android that lets you launch any app from Chrome on Android devices.

Chrome Apps is a Chrome app for controlling your Android device.

5.

Google is introducing a new cloud storage feature that lets users save and sync files on Google Drive.

Google Drive lets you store files from your Android devices and transfer them across devices to access them from other devices.

The new feature is available to developers for free.

6.

Chromecast has now added support for Google Play Video to its Android TV lineup.

Google launched a new app for Chromecast that lets people stream video and audio from YouTube on Android TVs.

7.

Google TV is now available on Android 8.1.

The update to Google TV brings the ability to stream videos to devices like Samsung Smart TV, Vizio TV, LG Smart TVs and more, as well as the ability for apps to show Google TV ads.

8.

YouTube TV now supports Android TV Everywhere.

YouTube now supports Google Play Content on Android for apps and services like YouTube TV and Google Drive and YouTube Music.

Google Maps is also available on Google TV. 9.

YouTube News now has a new home in Google News on Android, allowing users to read stories on Google News, Google+ and Google+ Hangouts.

10.

Google Books now supports Chrome’s Reader extension, which lets users access books in the Google Books app and with Google Reader on Android and ChromeOS.

11.

Google Doc is now part of the Google Doc suite on Android to let you add and manage Google Doc and Google Doc++ apps.

Google Search has also been expanded to Google Search and Google Search Plus to make it easier to search across the Web and across Android devices to find and access your content.

12.

Google Cloud Storage now has more than 300 million users.

Google has also made its Cloud Storage cloud service free to all users.

13.

Google Photos now supports HDR and now supports photos in HDR on Android phones.

Google Reader now supports both English and Spanish, which means users can now read, save, and read with more languages on Android than on ChromeOS or on iOS.

14.

Google Home can now automatically launch Google Now when it detects a new notification on Android or ChromeOS devices.

15.

Google Assistant is now compatible with Android phones running Android 7 or later.

16.

Android 7 and up is now the default platform for Google’s mobile operating system, which has been announced by Google to support Android 7 devices.

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Google Music now supports the new Play Music music store, with more than 1,000 curated playlists, and new Google Music subscriptions available to Android users.

18.

Google Hangout is now included in Google Voice, which brings a new feature called Hangouts on Android: Hangouts with friends, videos and audio, and other messaging.

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Google News is now a