YouTube Lean Back For Google TV Beta

By Gary Johnson - May 21, 2010

We reported yesterday about the launch of Google TV in the fall of 2010, we now have some more information on the YouTube interface Lean Back. And a beta rollout of the online YouTube Lean Back is expected within the month.

Over at Jeremy Scott is reporting that Lean Back will create personalized feeds that will be based on a users’ interests. A screen shot of the service shows quick-jump categories for things like My Rentals, Comedy, My Feed, and much more. A Video rentals option could be a good idea as people like to rent a movie and sit in front of the TV to watch it with their friends and families.

It is currently unclear if Google TV will work with any internet equipped TV or only those with the Google TV software built in. Users will be able to customize their YouTube viewing online before porting the feed over to their TV. An online version of Lean Back is also expected, and a lot more information is expected to filter out over the coming months before the launch about the service.

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