At a Google IO session about developing Android Applications for Google TV, a select number special flyers were being passed around that provided developers into a secret program called “Fishtank”. Not only is Fishtank the codename for an actual Google TV device that a select few developers will receive, it’s also Google’s name for the entire program – “Google TV Fishtank Program”.
The purpose, obviously, is to give developers with great ideas an opportunity to develop for the Google TV platform featuring Android 3.1. This way, not only can Google work out any kinks for Android on the big screen, but they can also launch Android Market on Google TV with some great apps and games ready to go out of the box.
Submissions for the Fishtank Program end on May 20th… so I’m guessing shortly after we’ll start seeing some interesting stuff. What are YOUR ideas for Google TV apps and games you’d like to see when Android Market launches on GTV?