HBO NOW, HBO’s internet-only service that doesn’t require a cable subscription, arrives on Android and Amazon Fire tablets starting today. That’s not all, though. If you download the app to your phone or tablet, HBO is tossing in a free 30-day introductory trial of HBO Now that can be accessed through Google Play or the Amazon Appstore.
As a recap, HBO NOW allows you to subscribe to HBO without needing to also have a regular cable subscription. For $14.99 per month, you can access all of HBO while ditching Comcast or any other cable subscriber. The service can be accessed via computer, but also via Apple and Android devices.
Chromecast (or Google-Cast), Android TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Fire TV Stick will get access “soon.”
The app doesn’t appear to be live yet on Google Play, but you can sign-up for HBO NOW here.