Xfinity is one of the largest television networks to offer cable television, internet, telephone, etc. Xfinity Stream is one of its streaming applications to directly watch the content from handheld devices or any other smart device. With a TV subscription, you can watch up to 200+ channels anytime and anywhere. If you are a “Chromecast with Google TV” user, it would be very useful to have Xfinity Stream so that you can watch live TV on any of your TV or monitor screens just by connecting the Google TV device. Also, Xfinity Stream is completely free to access if you had Xfinity Internet or Cable TV subscription, and there is no separate plan to access Xfinity stream. As of now, there is no official Xfinity Stream application available on the Google TV store to install, so you need to sideload the application by following the guide below.
Sideload Xfinity Stream on Chromecast with Google TV
 From the Home screen of your Google TV device, click on Search.
 Type or say Downloader using the Google TV remote.
 Choose the app from the suggestions and click on Install.
 After installation, go to Settings and enable Unknown Sources permission for Downloader.
Settings >> Apps >> Security & Restrictions >> Unknown sources >> Downloader >> Turn on.
 Launch Downloader app and enter the following URL: get.filelinked.com.
 Click on Go to download and install the Filelinked app.
 After installation, click on Open to launch the app.
 Once launched, enter the following code: 33363796.
 From the store, search for Xfinity Stream and click on Download icon.
 Once downloaded, install and launch Xfinity Stream.
 Click on Get Started and Login with your Xfinity Stream account.
 Now you can stream all the available on Xfinity Stream.
If you had any trouble or issue while sideloading the Xfinity Stream app, then try casting Xfinity Stream from your Smartphone or PC to a Google TV device. Hope you enjoy watching the Xfinity stream on your Google TV device with the help of this guide. Interested to know more about Google TV, then explore the site.