Wednesday, July 4, 2012

HBO GO Update Makes it Compatible for Android Tablets

The users of Android tab can breathe easy knowing that they would not miss an episode of The Newsroom after HBO on Monday upgraded its Android application making them compatible for tabs. The HBO GO app is now available for all Android operating systems up to edition 4.04 ICS, comprising tabs.

HBO promised tablet back up in the month of May when it appended support for handsets functioning on Android 4.0 ICS.

At the time, HBO stated that it was keenly working to get the most out of the software for Android tabs, comprising the Kindle Fire that got the application during the last month and permitted streaming of HBO favorites like Game of Thrones, True Blood, and Girls, plus over 1,400 other HBO titles.

This Android tab upgrade could be shocking news for clients expecting to purchase a new Google Nexus 7 tab that will be introduced with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and therefore unsuited for this app.

Whilst the application is free, users still require the normal subscription login data from their cable suppliers to see past and present HBO programs on the move.

Time Warner Cable defended the addition, indicating that HBO GO on Android tabs will assist their clients enjoy TV in a superior way.

The MAX GO application, in the meantime, which brings access to over 400 Cinemax flicks, was also upgraded on Monday, but without the same tablet back up. The free HBO GO app can be now downloaded from Google Play Store here.

Via: HBO GO Update Makes it Compatible for Android Tablets


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