Google TV has been something that US users have been able to enjoy for sometime now however outside the US it’s been a big no no.
This could be about to change thanks to some recent apps that Google have added to the system.
The channels that were added are:
PPTV: HD cinema blockbusters and TV dramas from Asia, as well as anime series, variety shows such as Taiwanese Idol and China Super Girl, and live sports and financial news.
IslamBox: more than 40 live TV channels and over two thousand hours of video on demand in four different languages from around the world, including the Islam Channel from UK, Express News from Pakistan, Peace TV from India, Bridges Television from USA, Huda TV from Egypt.
Yupp TV: more than 80 channels available in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Marathi, Malayalam, Kannada, Bengali and Punjabi languages.
Raaga: South Asian music from more than 200 music labels from the region in almost 20 languages including Tamil, Telugu, Punjabi and more.
Crunchyroll: Japanese anime and Asian drama.
Euronews: web app that publishes news every 30 minutes covering the day’s top world, sport, business, lifestyle and breaking news in Arabic, English, French, German, Italian, Persian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Turkish and Ukrainian.
Al Jazeera: the English version, not the Arabic edition.
So, is this the hint that we need to confirm what a Google insider told TechCrunch?
“We’re looking to roll out internationally through the course of 2012,”