HBO GO now offers Android tablet support
Android tablet owners holding their breath for an HBO GO application can finally exhale. The streaming service application for Home Box Office now works on Android tablets that aren’t named Kindle Fire. Effectively immediately, the updated app works on all Android tablets running up to v4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich. The Nexus 7 is now the sole device left off of the supported tablet list however we suspect HBO will want to get to work right away. With only a few weeks to go before the new $200 tablet hits the streets, we expect the demand to ramp up quickly.
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