Watching quality television at any time and place has truly never been easier, because HBO Now is coming to Chromecast.
HBO Now is the no stings (or cables) attached streaming service that the film company has launched just a few months back. It seems that the fact that it does not require any kind of cable subscription has made the service extremely popular among modern movie lovers, because it has become the most profitable film streaming app out there in such a short time.
HBO Go, the similar streaming service from HBO that does require a cable subscription has never met the success that HBO Now has gained in just a few short months. Therefore, providing people with even more freedom seems to be the perfect strategy and this is where Google’s Chromecast comes in.
Chromecast is a very small device that can be connected to any laptop, phone or tablet out there so that viewers can access their favorite services anywhere, anytime. It truly seems that HBO Now and Chromecast have been made for each other because they are the absolute perfect team, since their marketing strategies work so well together and essentially complete each other.
There are a several other new additions that Chromecast is making to its service, such as the Travel Channel or the Food Network apps, but they all fade in comparison to HBO Now. The film streaming service offers unlimited access to HBO original productions, such as ‘True Detective”, “The Sopranos”, “Six Feet Under” or the immensely popular “Game of Thrones”.
Aside from TV series, the service also includes original documentaries and special live features produced by the company. And as if this were not enough reason to pay $14.99 a month, the streaming service also comes with a diverse alignment of films, that includes both the freshest releases from Hollywood and the classics that we all know and love and would see again and again.
So, if being able to have all the movie essentials and many more at the touch or a button, regardless of where you might be, sounds like the right deal for you, then Chromecast and HBO Now are the pair of services for you!
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