Universal Cardboard is set to launch soon, and Google has launched a new app called ‘Universal Cards’ that lets users bring their own cardboard to the movies and TV shows they want to watch.
The app is already available on Google Play, and a Google+ page on the Universal Cardboarding page explains that users can use it to bring a digital copy of their favourite movie or TV show to the screen.
Universal Cardboards also offers a ‘universal’ app for Android devices like the Galaxy Tab S2, but that’s not a universal app.
Users can also bring a TV remote to the Universal Video app on Android and iOS devices, although they will need a cable or WiFi to do that.
Google has also announced a new video app, called the Universal TV Video app, which is going to be the default video app for the Google TV.
The company says the Universal Television app will allow users to watch any TV show and movie they want without having to download any other apps.
The Universal Card app lets users play games and watch videos from the Google Card app on their Google Card-compatible TV, while the Universal Games app lets them play games on their Android-compatible device.
Google says that it has invested in a new team to create the Universal Cards app and the new apps will come with an updated look, and will be available for Android phones, tablets and computers.
Google is also making it easier for users to buy the app, by offering a discounted price of $2.99 per month.
It’s a good sign that the company is looking to expand its app lineup and is making some new features available to Android users.