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Chromecast adds support for HBO NOW, travel apps, and some classic games

In the US, summer means a few weeks to lounge around and do a lot of couch potato-ing for some people. Well, mainly for those who have nothing to do, don't have jobs, or maybe those who are already rich and have all the time and resources in the world. Whoever you are or whatever you do, if you're a TV junkie, you'd be happy to know that Google keeps on improving its Chromecast even if it's already two-years old.

HBO NOW already on Android, Amazon Fire devices

Network and cable TV entities have already accepted the reality that consumers are now more likely to watch their favorite programs not on standard TV sets but rather whenever they want to and wherever they are. So instead of lamenting the death of TV (which is actually a fallacy), they are now scrambling to be where the people are. HBO NOW, the cable network’s Internet only service, will now be available for Android devices and Amazon Fire tablets, and soon, for Chromecast, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV stick as well.

HBO Now will finally be available on Android devices soon

If you've wanted to do away with your cable subscription but couldn't do so because you still want your Game of Thrones fix (legally of course) fret no more because HBO Now will finally be available for Android devices, not just for Chromecast but also for mobile devices. This means you don't have to suffer from HBO envy from the Apple TV and Apple device users as you'll also be able to enjoy their original series and selected movies on your Android.

HBO knows you share your HBO GO passwords, they just don’t care

If you’re not yet a ‘cord cutter’, there is probably a good reason. That reason just might be HBO, where you also have the ability to use HBO GO on your mobile devices. If you were sharing your password with friends, and felt a little sneaky doing so, don’t worry. HBO knows you’re doing it, and they don’t care. In fact, they’re happy about it.

HBO GO and MAX GO updates bring HDMI out features

For all those diehard fans of HBO's Game of Thrones or The Newsroom we have some good news this afternoon. Both HBO GO and the popular MAX GO have received a quickie update in the Google Play Store finally adding support for something we've all been waiting for. And that is HDMI-Out features. Now you'll be able to watch your favorite show anywhere.

Hulu Plus, HBO GO, and Max GO updated for Android

If Netflix isn't cutting it for you and are instead resorting to other popular streaming apps like Hulu Plus, HBO GO, and Max GO, you might be happy to know that some small updates have come to all three. They aren't significant, but they may play a small role in improving your mobile movie and TV show watching sessions.

HBO GO updated with Android tablet support

The long-awaited update for HBO GO bringing Android tablet support has finally arrived late last night. When HBO updated their app last month with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich support, yet not tablet support many were surprised and a bit let down. HBO later confirmed a tablet version was coming soon and now it's finally here. Check out the screenshots and video streaming quality below.
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