Microsoft and Google are teaming up to bring the Bubble TV app to the Google TV platform.
The partnership, announced on Tuesday, is meant to make it easier for consumers to watch the Bubble video app through the Google Home.
Bubble TV will be available in the Google Play Store on September 30, and the app will be included in Google’s upcoming Google Home TV software update.
Bubble will be free to download and will not require an additional subscription, according to Microsoft.
“The future of content is going to be on Google’s platform,” said Kevin Lattimer, head of Windows software at Microsoft.
The Bubble app was launched in the fall of 2015 as a preview of Google’s Chromecast, a streaming media player with a Chromecast-like cord-cutting feature that allows users to stream their favorite content to a device on their TV.
Bubble has since been downloaded more than 4 million times and has attracted a loyal following.
“It is an awesome experience for people who have never tried a Chromecasting before,” said Andrew Jorgensen, a Microsoft software engineer who helped build Bubble.
Bubble is currently available on the Google Store, but Google says it is working on a release for the Chrome Web Store as well.
The app is available for Windows PCs, Macs, Amazon Fire TV, Roku and Apple TV.
It can be downloaded directly from the Google store.