Credit: Adamya Sharma/ Android AuthorityLG is opening up Web OS to third-party TV producers.20 manufacturers around the world have actually currently devoted to incorporate Web OS on their TVs.Licensees of Web OS TV will receive the familiar UX design of Web OS 5.0. LG is opening up its Web OS TELEVISION platform to third-party TELEVISION brand names, the business revealed in a news release. The relocation could spell trouble for Googles Android TELEVISION platform which is also found on many wise TVs and streaming boxes.Even though youll find an Android TV device much easier to obtain on a budget plan, its not the most popular clever TELEVISION operating system. According to research firm Strategy Analytics, Samsungs Tizen OS and LGs Web OS be successful Android TV when it concerns connected TELEVISION devices in use worldwide. That stated, more affordable Android TV sets from the likes of Xiaomi and other Chinese makers have actually offered Googles platform an upper hand on the competition in some markets.With LG democratizing Web OS, its not just taking on Android TV and Samsungs Tizen OS but also Roku and Amazons Fire TV. LG states its move has the potential to substantially grow “its existence and prominence in the worldwide home entertainment market.”Also checked out: Web OS vs Android TV: What are the differences?The South Korean corporation declares that over 20 makers around the globe have actually already devoted to incorporating Web OS on their TVs. These include brands like RCA, Ayonz, and Konka.Licensees of Web OS TELEVISION will receive the familiar UX style of Web OS 5.0, the company tells The Verge. This implies that the Web OS 6.0 redesign that LG presented at CES this year will not apply to partner gadgets just yet.Third-party Web OS TVs will also get key features of the platform such as voice search, access to LGs outstanding magic remote, and assistance for popular streaming services like Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, YouTube, and more. Besides this, the company will likewise be able to get more eyes on its ad-supported LG Channels.