Google TV is now free to watch and stream online with no additional installation or configuration required, making it the ideal way to stream online content without needing a Google account or a subscription.
The move comes after Google introduced a new service called Google TV for Android in September.
Google said it will start rolling out the new service to Android users on August 30, with the company also announcing a new feature for Chromecast.
The Google TV service will include both local and remote playback of YouTube videos and will be available to all Android devices with Android 4.2 Jelly Bean or higher.
Google TV users will be able to add remote playback to YouTube videos to easily turn the app into a remote control.
The new feature is not available for other Android devices.
The new Google TV app will be compatible with Google TV, Google Now, Chromecast, Google Assistant and other third-party apps, Google said.
The update to the Google TV streaming app will also add a new set of video quality controls, including a “bulk” setting, a “play” button, a video filter and an audio control.