German commercial sports broadcaster Sport1 now offers its viewers the possibility to receive its programmes on the go.
German pay-TV broadcaster Sky Deutschland has made its mobile add-on service Sky Go available on mobile devices with the operating System Android following the web, iPad, iPhone, iPod touch and Xbox 360.
The Walt Disney Studios are making Disney, Pixar, and Marvel digital movies available on Google Play to allow Android users enjoy their collection across their devices through Disney Movies Anywhere.
Google Play Movies & TV has been added to Roku’s channel store in the US, UK, Ireland and Canada.
If you will be travelling to Cologne for the ANGA COM 2014, don’t forget to download the ANGA COM 2014 App.
The 2014 version of the Broadband TV News ANGA COM 2014 English language app is now available in the iOS and Google Play stores.
UPC Nederland has launched the Android version of its Horizon TV app.
TP Vision plans to launch its first Philips TVs powered by Android in Europe and Russia.
Top shows from HBO, including Game of Thrones, Veep and True Blood are to be made available to download on Android in the UK.
French operator SFR has started offering customers a new hybrid STB using Android 4.2 combining access to DTT channels and Google Play apps.