The NVIDIA Shield TV has been a silent hit since its launch in 2017. It's a mini-PC that allows a customer to access official games on the system, or even use it for unofficial means.
However, they have a wide variety of apps that can be accessed through the Google Play store, as the OS runs on Google's Android in the background.
While a new UI is here in place of Android, it can be a touch confusing in discovering how to update the apps.
With that, here's how to update apps on the NVIDIA Shield TV.
Update your apps in the NVIDIA Shield TV
It's a straight-forward process; you only need to access the Google Play Store app.
- Open your NVIDIA Shield TV’S Google Play Store app and go to My Apps.
- Look through the apps on the list and spot which ones have an update available.
- Update the apps individually by selecting Update. You can also select Update All to do this in one go.
- When prompted, accept the permissions on the apps that ask.
Available apps on NVIDIA Shield TV
There are already some pre-installed apps that you can use on your NVIDIA Shield TV when you use it for the first time.
It includes apps such as Netflix, YouTube, Prime Video and others to enable your content to be watched on 1080 or upscaled-4K when it allows.
But these will also require updates when needed; just make sure to check when these updates are available, and they may squash any bugs you've experienced.
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