Google has been working to improve Android tablet experience since its inception. The company introduced Kids Space last year for kids under the age of 5 and the company has something for more mature users who not only utilise the Android tablets for browsing and checking content but also to play games, read and watch videos.
The company has introduced a new Entertainment Space for Android tablet devices. The new feature acts as a hub for all entertainment related activities such as reading books, watching movies and shows and playing games.
It is a space where users will find content based on their interests and likes from different service providers including Google TV, YouTube, etc.
But, users will need to sign in with their subscription accounts to get recommendations from the particular service providers.
Also, the Entertainment Space can have multiple users and each one can have their own personalised profile.
The Games tab in Entertainment Space shows all the games installed on the device along with the recommendations. Users can start playing a game and leave it there and come back later to continue playing. Also, the section will show recommendations based on the interest and most recommended games support Instant Play means users won’t need to install those games to play.
The Read tab includes books from Google Play Books, audiobooks and more. Here users can purchase books and see recommendations based on what’s trending right now.
The feature will initially be available only on Walmart tablets starting this month and it will be later rolled out to all the other Android tablets later this year.