List of smart TV platforms and middleware software

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The following list encompasses notable smart TV platforms and application software that are used as software framework and middleware platforms used by more than just one manufacturers.

Main article: Smart TV

Middleware providers for TV sets and companion boxes available under OEM license to multiple third parties[edit]

Framework platforms managed by standardization bodies or technology consortium[edit]

Framework platforms managed by single companies or foundations[edit]

Vendor specific smart TV platforms[edit]

Platforms offered by manufacturer[edit]

Manufacturer Current Platforms Previous Platforms Planned Platforms
Amazon Fire TV
Apple Apple TV
Asus Google TV
Google Chromecast
Android TV
Google TV
HiSense Roku Google TV
LG WebOS Google TV
NetCast
Logitech Google TV
Netgear NeoTV Google TV
Panasonic Life+Screen VIERA Connect
VIERA Cast
Firefox OS
Phillips Net TV Android TV
Roku Roku
Samsung Samsung Smart TV Orsay Tizen
Sharp SmartCentral Android TV
Sony Sony Apps Android TV
TCL Roku Google TV
Toshiba Toshiba Smart TV Toshiba Places
Vizio Yahoo
Vizio Internet Apps Plus
Google TV
Western Digital WD TV

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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