Online TV viewing has increased almost four times from 2013 to 2014.
Google’s $35 streaming dongle launched with just a couple of supported apps this summer, but some big names have joined the club since then, with the latest being HBO Go.
HBO has confirmed it is “actively exploring” bringing HBO Go to Google’s Chromecast. However, the company did not provide an actual release date for such an app.
For those who have the service, and enjoy watching shows like Game of Thrones on their mobile device(s), Chromecast would be perfect. No fumbling through Cable On Demand menus, no more setting aside time at a designated TV.
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After you update your HBO Go app, you will be able to connect your tablet or smartphone to your TV via a regular HDMI cable and enjoy your shows and movies on a large HD screen.
The HBO Go is the perfect app for those who need to have access to the network’s original series wherever they are. We last reported about the tablet support that HBO has added for the Android app back in July, but it still didn’t support devices running Jelly Bean, the Nexus 7 included. Owners of the tablet now have a reason to be cheerful about.
Ask and ye shall receive! In the case of the HBO Go app, owners of Android tablets have been asking for the streaming app to work on their devices for quite some time now. And it looks like... their prayers have been answered.
HBO has just updated its HBO Go app on Google Play Store and guess what? It no longer discriminates tablet devices. The added tablet support is listed on the...
For quite some time now, the HBO GO service has been available for the Android platform. Unfortunately, the app has not supported any Android tablet so far, even if the app was updated to run... on ICS. The status quo changes somehow today, as one particular tablet is now supported by HBO Go – Amazon’s Kindle Fire.
Available starting today from the Amazon Appstore, HBO GO le...