As the rush to put video on mobile devices continues, HBO will apparently be throwing its hat into the ring next month, if a YouTube teaser video from the cable channel is any sign. The HBO Go service first debuted in April 2009, and has slowly been expanding its breath of programming, although you've had to visit the HBO Go website.
About 1,400 titles are available through the app, according to recent reports. That may even get better, if I'm reading into the narration of the teaser, which says:
"Get every episode of every season of your favorite HBO shows, plus hit movies and much more - all free to HBO subscribers and all streaming on your iPad, laptop or smartphone wherever you are. HBO Go - it's HBO, anywhere."
The date May 2 is teased, which seems to indicate that's when these apps would be released for both iOS and Android devices that are featured in the video. I haven't seen any official statements from the network just yet, so this is pretty much all we have to go with.
GigaOm does have a response from a TimeWarner spokesperson (parent company of HBO) which confirmed May 2 as the release date although with the caveat that all platforms and devices may not be supported right away.
This story, "HBO Go Service Enroute to Mobile Devices" was originally published by Technologizer.