Google’s free TV app will finally get a TV update this week.
It’ll let you stream the NFL on its own channels (NFL Network and NFL Game Pass) or access Netflix and/or Hulu through the FoxSports app, which has been around for years.
That means you can watch your favorite shows from the Fox channel without ever leaving your TV.
And if you don’t want to use the Fox app, you can still stream NFL on your desktop and mobile devices with a simple web browser.
But if you’re on a Roku or Fire TV, you’ll need to download and install a Fox app.
(The Roku app works with the iPhone or iPad app, but the Fire TV app doesn’t.)
The Roku app is currently only available in the US and Canada.
Fox says the app is available in other markets but it’s not available in Europe, Africa, South America, Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, India, the Middle East, Japan, or Asia.
The app also supports the Chromecast, which can be used to watch Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Video, YouTube, Amazon Prime, and Hulu Plus, among other services.
Fox’s app works best with iOS or Android devices.
Netflix and Amazon Video support the Chromecasts built-in Chromecast.
But Hulu Plus doesn’t yet support the Fire TVs built-ins.
So if you want to watch your favorites from the Google app on the Fire television, you’re going to need to use a Chromecast-equipped device.