Want to watch HBO without paying for a cable or satellite subscription? HBO Now lets you stream the network’s movies and TV shows over the internet for $15 per month.

When the service first launched earlier this year it was only available for apple products. These days you can use HBO Now with Google Chromecast, phones and tablets running Android or Amazon Fire OS, and now there’s an HBO Now app for Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick devices.

hbo now app

That means you can pay as little as $35 for a Chromecast or $39 for an Amazon Fire TV Stick to make your TV HBO-ready… although you’ll still have to pay $15 per month to actually access the content. And that doesn’t count the amount of money you’re probably already spending on your internet service.

Pretty soon it’ll probably stop being newsworthy when HBO Now comes to new platforms… but there’s at least one hugely popular platform that’s not yet supported. There’s no HBO Now app for Roku yet.

via Variety

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