WarnerMedia has introduced that its streaming platform HBO Max may also be out there on Android smartphones, Android TV and Chromecast after a take care of Google. New HBO Max customers will be capable to subscribe straight from the app whereas the present HBO NOW subscribers can proceed to log in and entry the HBO Max app on Google Play at no extra cost.
Wealthy Warren, president of WarnerMedia Distribution, in an announcement, stated, “The provision of HBO Max throughout Android, Android TV, Chromebook and Google Chromecast gadgets and on Google Play provides to our rising listing of distribution choices that shall be supplied to clients at launch.”
He added, “We’re happy to make HBO Max out there to the numerous base of shoppers who entry content material throughout Google’s platforms and gadgets.”
Earlier, the corporate had additionally confirmed that HBO Max shall be out there on Apple gadgets – Apple TV app on iPhone, iPad, iPod contact and Apple TVs.
WarnerMedia’s new streaming service, which is predicted to compete with the likes of Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and Disney Plus, is ready to debut on Might 27 and can value $14.99 monthly.
The streaming platform will embody “the complete HBO service, along with beloved franchises, titles previous and current from Warner Bros., the very best of the very best from world wide,” the corporate assertion added. HBO Max will supply direct-to-consumer expertise with greater than 10,000 hours of premium watchable content material.
HBO Max will embody the complete HBO service together with franchises and previous and current titles from Warner Bros. A handful of authentic reveals may also be out there on the launch of the streaming service. Content material which is already out there on HBO Go/Now embody Westworld, Sport of Thrones; Boomerang’s Loony Toons and Scooby-Doo; and DC Universe’s Titans and Doom Patrol.
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