The fourth season for HBO’s wildly popular Game of Thrones is a little over five months away from being released. But if you’re not an HBO subscriber, the only other place you could catch up on your Game of Thrones addiction was through Apple’s iTunes Store, leaving many non-iTunes users probably resorting to pirating new episodes of the show. If you’re an Android owner, you’ll be happy to hear Google has just added Game of Thrones to its Google Play Store.
As of now, Google only has the first two seasons of Game of Thrones available for purchase with users able to purchase the show by episode or by an entire season. Game of Thrones isn’t the only HBO show it has made available on Google Play as additional shows like The Newsroom, True Blood, and several other shows.
HBO subscribers can easily get their fix of HBO shows at any time as they’re able to watch the company’s library of shows through its HBO GO app, which is available on a number of mobile and media streaming devices. Allowing those who don’t have an HBO subscription the ability to purchase episodes of popular shows a la carte is certainly a step in the right direction for the company as well as for its customers who just can’t afford to subscribe to the channel.
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