Android 7 (API level 26) for Google’s Pixel and Pixel 3 smartphones is now available to install.
The update adds support for the new Google Chromecast and the new Pixel and Pixels Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0-enabled home theater systems.
Additionally, it adds support to Android 7 for Android TV, including support for remote control, Wi-Fis, and a new “home entertainment” app for Android.
The first release of the new Android 7 is a beta, and the second is a stable build.
Google also says that updates to the Chromecast, Google Home, and Android TV apps will be available in the coming weeks, so users should have their devices up to date before they can take advantage of the features.
Google is rolling out the beta builds for Pixel and the Pixel XL on a rolling basis, so it may take a few weeks for Google to push the official Android 7 release to everyone.
You can grab the latest version of Android 7 from Google Play, and you can find the official release notes for the Google Pixel and Nexus devices in the same section.
You can also grab the Android 7 beta for the Pixel, Pixels, and Nexus phones here.