A resounding "OK" Using the built-in channels works fine, but importing and exporting almost always leads to errors on both androidtv and mobile devices. Even attempts at manually importing result in errors displayed as toast messages too brief to be useful.
Developer has consistent updates to keep this working and try and keep the amount of crashes down. Depending on the update, it's on and off in regards to how much it crashes. Some times it won't crash at all, other days it will crash constantly. This app is very welcome to have in the ATV environment! I do wish it supported more streaming formats and I wish all my m3u8 streams work. A few don't work at all but did in the older versions of CTV...
It's an awesome app that is getting better Here is a developer who is dedicated to fixing problems and ensuring we have the best app. Can not recommend enough and wish there was a pro version I could pay for. Heck I'd pay to have access to the new backend early.
So I add a channel form the suggested list, I click Sync Files with Google Drive, , it asks me to Create a syncable file, select a folder, save the file... but created file is 0 bytes, and there is nothing I can do with it? What am I missing? And HOW am I supposed to open those json files in the first place? Why only a "Refresh Data - Cloud to Local" and nothig for the other way around? A few instructions would be MUCH appeciated.
This is the Android TV killer app...it's not perfect but it's a great app that can only get better.
A must have if you want to add custom channels. The Leanback interface is pretty good.
* Many bug fixes
* New tablet layout
* Turn channels into widgets
* Grouping channels by genre