While iOS users have had the luxury of streaming Time Warner Cable’s shows onto their iPhones and iPads, Android users have sadly been left out of the loop – at least until now when TWC has announced that their app for Android will be gaining streaming capabilities in just a few weeks. The service is expected to be made available by Memorial Day but unfortunately it seems that the only Android devices compatible will be those that are running on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. According to TWC, the reason behind making the streaming service available only for ICS devices is because older versions of Android aren’t secure enough for the company to offer its streaming services. As it was previously announced, only 2.9% of Android devices have been reported to have the latest Ice Cream Sandwich update which means that only a fraction of Android users will be able to TWC’s upcoming streaming service.
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