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HBO GO Android TV App Updated to Support Google Assistant

For those who still watch HBO even when everyone’s favorite incest and dragon-packed show isn’t in season, you’ll be happy to learn that both the HBO GO Android TV app and standard HBO GO app for phones/tablets received updates this week. The big change is for the Android TV version, as it receives support for … Continued HBO GO Android TV App Updated to Support Google Assistant is a pos
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