video streaming

YouTube Gaming is a meta-channel for gamers, and an app too

YouTube is now launching a dedicated meta channel – that is, a collection of channels – that is all about gaming and gamers. It’s called “YouTube Gaming” and it features over 25,000 game-related pages which include device manufacturers, gaming accessory makers, and game developers. It will also include the even more numerous gaming-related channels in YouTube.

Find out where your favorite videos are streaming in JustWatch

If you follow a lot of TV shows and movies (and not on an actual TV screen or movie theater) and if you’re subscribed to a lot of video on demand services, then sometimes, it’s difficult to keep track which is showing where and when something is already available, and all those other details. So good thing there are apps to help you manage your viewing habits, and one of those has just arrived on Android and it’s simply called, JustWatch.

Comcast launches new streaming service called Stream

If you do a random survey on the street and ask people where and how they watch their favorite TV shows and movies, chances are you’ll get a high percentage of respondents who will not say that they watch on actual TV sets. With on demand streaming services like Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, etc, more and more people are accessing their video content on their mobile devices and when they want to. Comcast is the latest to join the fray with their new service called Stream.

Watch web series, music videos on Vessel Android app

If you don't have time (or your attention span isn't what it used to be) to watch full series on networks or even video streaming apps, but you'd still like to have other alternative content every once in a while, your best bet would be web series, video blog channels, and even music videos. One service that gives you content like that is Vessel, and now finally, there is an Android app so you can view these videos on your mobile devices and wherever you are.

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.

Get free first episodes of 12 Comedy Central shows on Google Play

Are you tired of all the dark, violent, heavy TV shows that you've been watching lately on HBO, AMC, and even network TV? So maybe it's time for a little laughter and levity in your video watching life. Comedy Central is giving you a chance to sample 12 of their exclusive shows by offering their first episodes for free on Google Play (US only). This will let you determine if you'd watch the rest of the shows' other episodes and other seasons, which are on sale as well.

SlingTV now available on Android TV, offers 50% off Nexus Player

A few months after it arrived for Android mobile devices, video on demand streaming service Sling TV is now available on another member of the family, the Android TV platform. This means you can watch live sports events, sports programs, TV shows, etc. on any device that is on the platform, including the Nexus Player, Forge TV, Shield Android TV, ADT-1, and the OgleBox. And if you're thinking of getting an Android TV, Sling TV also has a special deal for those looking to expand their TV viewing experience.

Meerkat now available in beta version for Android

Meerkat is once again, one step ahead of its main competitor, Twitter's Periscope when it comes to getting into the Android market. Just two weeks after the live video streaming service opened up its doors for beta testers, they have now released the official beta version, available for all Android users through the Google Play Store. Meanwhile, Periscope has not yet announced anything official about moving on to Android, despite assurances that they will be on the platform soon.

Amazon Fire TV, Sling TV launch tie-up deal

With video streaming services and TV casting devices slowly becoming a must, and not just a need, among digital enthusiasts, the race is on to become the go-to name when it comes to "non-traditional" ways of watching movies, TV shows, and even playing games as well. Amazon's Fire TV is staking its claim, adding even more services to its growing base, including streaming service Sling TV which is itself already chock-full of features.
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