BitBop Client for Android Arrives

The new subscription mobile streaming television service “BitBop” has arrived for Android.  Users with the Sprint Evo 4G, Motorola Droid, Droid X, and Nexus One, as well as other phones, can now use the app (which is not in the Android Market, by the way).  To find out what exact phones are able to use BitBop at this time, sign up for an account, and find out how to get the app, click here!  The full subscription price is $9.99 per month, which is exactly the same cost as Hulu Plus (no Hulu Android app yet though!).  There is also a three-day free trial.  It’s worth a glance.

Who’s going to catch up on missed episodes on the go?  Is BitBop the app for you?

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  • lisa

    Where can I get Bitbop from if it isn’t on the market yet?

    • Stephen Tenerowicz

      I noted in the post, click on the “here”.

  • Hi. Is the website like live streaming? Im only interested in the live broadcast for young and the restless on cbs. Do you offer this, or is this just videos on demand?