by Michael Oryl, 4 years ago
Google’s Eric Chu sent out an email message to Android Market participants recently that outlines some of the company’s plans for the future of the Android Market. In particular, Eric explained that developers will be…
Yesterday, GoTV (formerly known as V*Star Inc.) announced the availability of its premium mobile entertainment channels on the T-Mobile G1 handset, powered by Google’s Android platform. The GoTV mobile television network is the only television studio built specifically for mobile TV and is available on Cingular Wireless, Sprint Nextel, and Boost Mobile in the United States.
Those running Android on their handsets can now access numerous entertainment channels from GoTV, including “Hip Hop Official” through to “True Country”. The channels provide music news, updates, charts and even exclusive performances and red carpet interviews. To gain access to these channels, users must first download a free application to their Android phone from the Google Android Market.
With both Flycast and Last.fm also offering streaming entertainment content from the Android OS, the race for the number one provider is hotting up, with the variety and choice a welcome addition to the Android market place.
[Via: GoTV Press Release]