While we still don’t know when exactly our Google TV units will get some Honeycomb love, the developers are getting a hint of what is to come with the help of a new Google TV Add-on for Android SDK and hopefully TV optimized Android Apps will follow.
The new Add-on contains only a limited set of the new Google TV 2.0 features but fortunately the new TV interaction APIs are in (including TV channel line-up). Also in are the new UI guidelines for the 10-foot experience.
If you are a developer, you can download your Google TV add-on today. In time, maybe we can finally put that $99 Logitech Revue to good use. The beta Android OS 3.1 Honeycomb leaked some time ago and offered a preview of the Android Market and the new user experience.