About two months ago Twitter launched a new app for the Fire TV. It was a compilation of all of their video services: Twitter’s live video partnerships with the NFL, Periscope, and the now defunct Vine.
At the time of the app’s launch, it could be sideloaded to an Android TV and work exactly like you’d expect from an Android TV app. It even had a banner and appeared on the homescreen. This seemed to suggest the app would be launching on Android TV soon. Now, it has just arrived on the Google Play Store, with a version already uploaded to APK Mirror.
It’s very much like the Fire TV app, although slightly more refined in its UI. For example, the live shows category is not shown when there are no live streams. Also, Vine has been removed from the app. This isn’t just a simple port of the Fire TV app, as this app also adds recommendations. However, the transitions are still a bit janky and while it’s a good start there’s still a lot that can be done.
You can download it for free on Google Play. A Twitter account is not necessary to use, and there’s not even a place for personalization through logging into an account.