Google is taking a page from Amazon and launching a TV-watching service that promises to give you the best of both worlds.
The new service, called Watch TV, will offer over 30 hours of TV programming for $35 per month.
The service also has a full suite of streaming apps to watch on a variety of devices, including Apple TV, Roku, and Amazon Fire TV.
Google says that this service is a first for the company, and that it will be available in select cities this fall.
The service will also let you watch your favorite shows on your home screen, as well as access the app that displays your favorite channels, including Hulu and Netflix.
The new service will work on devices like Roku and Apple TV devices, as you can see in the video above.
Google also has apps for other popular devices, like the Roku 3, Apple TV 2, and Roku Stick, which lets you stream your favorite apps from any of these devices.
The apps are available in the Google Play Store.
The Google Play app has a huge catalog of over 4.8 million apps for devices like Apple TV and Roku.
It will also have the ability to add apps from other providers, like Apple, Amazon, Netflix, Hulu, and the Google Cast service.
Watch TV is available to buy for $34.99 per month in the U.S. and $44.99 in Canada, though it may be worth the $35 to get it.
Google is hoping that Watch TV will help it expand its content offerings to more people.
With its new service and the ability for customers to add more apps to their devices, Google hopes to be able to make a bigger dent in the overall television landscape.
The company’s CEO Sundar Pichai said at an investor conference earlier this year that it has seen a 60 percent increase in new customers coming to its service since its launch.