It took what seems more than a lifetime, but Amazon have finally released an Android tablet app for their Amazon Prime and Instant Video service. But in the process, they have still managed to kick some sand in our face…
Live BBC television streams on mobile devices is nothing new for UK viewers, with the BBC offering all of their channels live on the free BBC iPlayer apps via iOS and Android for some time now. But in the latest update, this also adds the option to switch UK countries as well.
Aertv, the company that provides live Irish television over the Internet including RTÉ One, RTÉ Two (+HD), TV3, TG4, 3e and more, has just added support for Android and Chromecast – possibly the two most desired features for the live simulcasting service.
Aertv, purveyors of live Irish television over the Internet, have finally launched their new Android app, and if you thought it was a long wait, it may just well be worth it, as they have also added native Chromecast support.
Although the Amazon Fire TV has some really amazing apps, it still misses a great deal. What not a lot of people realize is that the AFTV is in fact an Android box that can unofficially install standard Android apps from your smart phone or tablet. Follow this guide to sideload Android apps without any need of rooting either device.
Got yourself an Android phone or tablet? How about living in the US, a good VPN or Smart DNS service? Then you have a wealth of free Hulu content for the Christmas holiday period!