Earlier this month, we heard news of Time Warner and Apple negotiating a plan to add the HBO Go application to the Apple TV. It’s been 11 days since that story was published, and here we are with news of the HBO Go application now being available on Apple TV… kind of.
During AllThingsD‘s media conference that was held today, president and chief operating officer of HBO Eric Kessler announced iOS owners can use their HBO Go application to stream shows onto their television sets by using AirPlay, which is technically a way for Apple TV owners to get the long-awaited app running on their set-top-box.
When asked why HBO just didn’t make its HBO GO application available on the Apple TV, Kesller said the company does plan to make it available on the device, but no timeline was given as to when it would be showing up. Hopefully it will be in time for the third season of Game of Thrones, which is set to air on March 31. If you thought Apple TV owners were annoyed at HBO GO not being available, you should probably steer clear of them around the time Game of Thrones starts airing.
Cat Scratching Post Smartphone Stand Is A Pretty Weird Accessory
iOS Devices Now Approved For Military Use By Department Of Defense
iOS Game Spending Outpaces Nintendo 3DS, PS Vita In Q1 2013
Google Hangouts Now Available As iOS, Android, Chrome Standalone Apps