What you need to know about the new Google TV app
Google has announced that it is adding new TV apps to its Google TV platform.
The new apps are named Android Amoled, and are designed for Android TV devices.
The Amoled apps will let users play music and videos from the Google TV App on Android TV.
The other new apps in the Android TV platform are Duo and reddit.
Both are designed to let users post and reply to messages from their Android phones.
The Duo app allows users to post a photo and video to a video chat with a person who can reply with a reply or photo.
The reddit app lets users post a video and reply with an image.
The Android Amoles will come in two versions: free and pro.
The Pro version of the Amoled app includes more features and is available for $2.99.
The free version of Duo will cost $1.99 and the pro version will cost just $0.99, Google told the Associated Press.
Google said that the new apps come with a new interface and new features, but the company has not provided a price for either.
Google is launching the Amol apps in Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Brazil, and Mexico.
In a blog post, Google said the apps will launch on the Google Play Store this week.
The AP was unable to verify whether the Amoles are free or paid.