Google today announced a few feature for Android tablets called Entertainment Space that combines access to movies, shows, videos, games, and books.
“Last year, we introduced Kids Space as a way for your kids under 9 to learn and have fun with recommended apps, books and videos on Android tablets,” Google’s James Bender explains. “And for the rest of the family members, we’re now bringing you a new Android tablet experience that places the entertainment content you love front and center.”
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That new experience, called Entertainment Space, is described as a one-stop, personalized home for all your favorite movies, shows, videos, games, and books, kind of like Microsoft’s Office app, but for entertainment, not productivity, apps. (It’s also a bit reminiscent of the original Windows phone “Movies + TV” hub, which I always felt would have made sense on tablets.)
Entertainment Space will be available on Walmart tablets starting this month. And Google says it will bring this feature to new and select existing Android tablets from Lenovo, Sharp and more in the coming months.